U.S. FDA Nutrition Facts Label for Packaged Foods in the U.S. - Virtual
April 1, 2021
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Nutrition Facts labels underwent a makeover in 2016, which improved design and content. The FDA updated the Nutrition Facts label on packaged foods and drinks to reflect advances in nutritional science, consumer use and understanding, and shifts in American dietary choices and eating patterns. As a result, the modernized Nutrition Facts label helps consumers easily locate the specific nutrient information that drives better-informed food choices.
Join us for this hands-on and in-depth study of the significant changes to the Nutrition Facts label to achieve and ensure ongoing compliance, including:
- The type of information required to substantiate particular Nutrition Facts label declarations
- How to perform the requisite background calculations
- The scope of mandatory recordkeeping and how to comply
- Metric measures and their expanded use by the FDA
- Revised Reference Daily Intakes (RDIs) and Daily Reference Values (DRVs), including new values for children 1 to 3 years of age
- The FDA’s definition of an added sugar and the new definition of dietary fiber
- Alignment with the FDA’s evolving nutrition policy