NNFA Carbohydrate Labeling Guidance Advises Against "Low Carb" Claims
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Statements promising products are "Carb Free," "Low Carb" or "Carb Lite" are not recommended, according to a labeling guidance issued by the National Nutritional Foods Association Sept. 12.
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