Nutrition symbols public hearing
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryFDA schedules a public hearing Sept. 10-11 to solicit information and comments about current programs regarding the use of symbols to communicate nutrition information on food labels, the agency announces in a July 19 Federal Register notice. FDA seeks information on topics including food products that bear nutrition symbols and the nutrient requirements for those symbols; consumer research that supported the development of nutritional symbol programs and research that illustrates how consumers understand and utilized these programs; and possible costs for both industry and consumers associated with nutrition symbols used on food labels. The event will be conducted in Adelphi, Md., at the Inn & Conference Center by Marriott, University of Maryland, University College...
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