Polsinelli Podcast - FDA Proposed Changes to Food Labels and What it May Mean for Manufacturers
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The Food and Drug Administration recently announced that it wants to revamp the nutrition labels on foods. There haven't been significant changes to food labels in about two decades. How may this impact food manufacturers? ...more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently proposed an update to the iconic Nutrition Facts label for packaged foods. In light of new scientific evidence about human health and nutrition, dietary recommendations of...more
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The first major overhaul of the Nutrition Facts panel in more than 20 years focuses on serving sizes, calories, and a refreshed design.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA or the Agency) on February 27 announced the...more
Today, First Lady Michelle Obama and the Food and Drug Administration released two long-awaited proposed regulations that would for the first time in 20 years make significant changes to the nutrition information found on...more
On February 27, 2014, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed three rules that would make landmark revisions to the iconic black and white Nutrition Facts panel if finalized. The proposed changes affect all packaged...more
Most food manufacturers are required to label products with nutritional information, but those who aren’t required must decide whether to do it anyway....more
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