New FDA Nutrition Facts Label: Implications for Industry

Recorded June 29, 2016 | On-Demand Webinar

On Friday, May 20, the Food and Drug Administration finalized changes to the new Nutrition Facts Label which is the first change to this label in more than 20 years. The new label reflects updates in scientific information and aims to help consumers make better and more informed choices. The biggest changes include increased font size for calorie information, declaration of added sugar in amount and percent daily value, and updated requirements for serving size. The new label will have far-reaching implications for industry, including effects on ingredients and recipes, as well as nutrient content claims allowed. This webinar will address the new changes to the Nutrition Facts Label, implications and impacts for industry, and practical guidance for industry moving forward.

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