11 Blog Posts with Tag: "Food Label News"

New FDA Fiber Definition

Posted on March 30, 2017 by

Fiber has always been one of the required elements for the nutrition label, but the FDA never specifically defined what they meant by it. Total fiber was just that—the sum of all the fiber, soluble and insoluble, in a product. That's changed with the new labeling guidelines, and they've issued a definition, or at least they've started to. Here's where things stand now.


New Canadian Label Requirements

Posted on December 23, 2016 by

Health Canada announced new nutrition and labeling requirements that went into effect on December 14th. Here's a rundown of the key changes for our Canadian users.



Compliance Dates for the New FDA Nutrition Label Format

Posted on July 25, 2016 by

The FDA's new rule for nutrition facts panels goes into effect July 26, 2016. The compliance date is July 26, 2018, but smaller businesses with annual food sales that are less than $10 million get an extra year to comply--until July 26, 2019.



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