THE U.S. Food & Drug Administration released what will be its changes to the Nutrition Facts Panel on food products, with the most notable change being the inclusion of information on added sugars.
"For more than 20 years, Americans have relied on the Nutrition Facts label as a leading source of information regarding calories, fat and other nutrients to help them understand more about the foods they eat in a day," FDA Commissioner Dr. Robert Ca
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