Later this week, the White House will unveil the first update to FDA-approved nutrition labels in more than two decades. This is one possibility.
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It’s a good step in the right direction towards 1) informing people of the contents of their food and 2) holding manufacturers to a higher level of honesty. Combining the total amount of sugar is great, as is red print for high percentages.
At the same time, The US Department of Agriculture has recently determined that the number of working-age adults who look at nutritional labeling has risen to a whopping 42 percent in recent years.
From Think Progress.