CONSUMERS are exposed to a barrage of food labels, and the results are mixed: While some consumers gain useful information from labels, for others, the label may as well say "certified confusing."
A newly released Council for Agricultural Science & Technology (CAST) issue paper seeks to provide needed clarity for consumers about food labeling.
The paper's authors examined what is known regarding consumer reactions to "pr
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