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This notice solicits comments on the collection of information for the nutrition facts label and supplement facts label, which the Agency believes will serve to promote and protect public health.
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Food Dive 04/18/2019 13:38
Many food and beverage makers — including Hershey, Campbell and Mondelez — anticipated the label changes and are already using the new Nutrition Facts labels on their products.
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NPIcenter.com 04/18/2019 12:44
The Food and Drug Administration announced three years ago that it would be making “sweeping changes to nutrition facts panels on packaged foods”—one being the inclusion of “added sugar” labels.
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Institute of Food Technology 04/18/2019 01:00
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a draft guidance to provide its current view on the declaration of carbohydrates, total sugars, and added sugars for products that contain allulose, a sweetener, on the Nutrition Facts label.
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Environmental News Network 04/16/2019 15:37
New nutrition labels listing added sugars on packaged foods and drinks could prevent nearly a million cases of cardiovascular disease and Type 2 diabetes in the United States and save tens of billions of dollars in health care ...
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SmartMoney 04/15/2019 17:16
How food labels could cut health-care costs by more than $31 billion More detailed food labels could reduce risks of heart disease and diabetes, lower medical costs, a new study says.
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