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Updating the Nutrition Facts Label

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed to update the 20 year old Nutrition Facts label for packaged foods. Some changes and requirements the FDA is proposing would include “added sugars” and revising the format and overall appearance of the Nutrition Facts label.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed to update the 20 year old Nutrition Facts label for packaged foods. Some changes and requirements the FDA is proposing would include “added sugars” and revising the format and overall appearance of the Nutrition Facts label. The proposed label would reflect what Americans are actually eating, for example bigger portion sizes and would highlight parts of the label such as calories and Percent Daily Value.

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