Various Acts encourage changes to the current Nutrition Facts Panel; calorie labeling on restaurant menus, in grocery stores, and other food venues; regulation of dietary supplement ingredients; monitoring of health claims and much more.
This page will keep you up-to-date on modifications being made by health professionals, government, industry, and public comment.
- Check this update listing all articles reguarding the new Nutrition Fact Panel proposal!
- An interview with the person who first designed the original Nutrition Facts Panel
- A one-pager about the Food Labeling Modernization Act of 2013
- The look of the new Nutrition Facts Panel
- An "added sugar" label, indicating the sugar added to the product for sweetening and preserving, is being debated.
- The Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) website with information and updates the proposed changes.
- The FDA redefines standards for "gluten-free" labeling on foods.
- The FDA review public comment about the proposed nutrition facts panel changes.
- One dietitian wants the Country of Origin Label to be placed on meat. You can see her arguement here.
- You can look at this search for "Nutrition Facts Panel" on Twitter for updates.
- Review recommendations for the new food label from the Society of Nutrition Education and Behavior.