Breaking News: FDA’s Menu Labeling Calorie Labeling Rules
The FDA has just released their guide to menu labeling, and this post has everything you need to know...
News Update: Gluten Labels
One year ago today, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) set out a final rule about which foods could and could not use the "gluten-free" label. Now that a year has passed, the law has moved from "voluntary" to "mandatory" and, by today, all foods bearing the label "gluten-free"...
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Shopping for Whole Grains: A Guide
By now, your clients have probably heard all about the health benefits of whole grains. But sometimes, knowledge about why a food is healthful isn't quite enough. How to start eating more of these whole grain foods is also key.
Nutrition Label Getting An Update – See Proposed New Look
The Nutrition Labeling and Education Act (NLEA) of 1990 gave the FDA the authority to require nutrition labeling on foods. The purpose of the NLEA was to help consumers make better choices for their health while shopping for food and to encourage manufacturers to make foods with a better nutrition profile. The FDA released the ... Nutrition Label Getting An Update – See Proposed New Look
4 Likes and 2 Dislikes on New Food Label from RDN
The FDA has proposed an update for the Nutrition Facts label on packaged foods. This update would reflect the latest scientific information, including the link between diet and chronic diseases like obesity and heart disease. The proposed label would also replace out-of-date serving sizes with options that reflect how...
Which Foods Still Contain Trans Fat?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced its preliminary determination that partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), the primary dietary source of artificial trans fat in processed foods, are not “generally recognized as safe” for use in food. The FDA’s preliminary determination is based on available scientific evidence and the findings...