Food manufacturers may change products based on new label rules

08/4/2014 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Food & Beverage

Some of the FDA's proposed changes to the Nutrition Facts and Supplement Facts labels -- affecting portion sizes, daily values, fiber and how sugars are listed -- may prompt food manufacturers to reformulate products, says registered dietitian Elizabeth Braithwaite of ESHA Research. Companies may need to make revisions to continue health claims or to make their products more attractive to consumers, Braithwaite says.

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