Hiding Added Sugars Grams for Single Ingredient Products Like Honey

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The FDA recently released guidance on labeling single ingredient products like honey and syrups. These are ingredients that are added sugars themselves, but with the new 2016 nutrition labeling rules were also required to include the added sugars line on their nutrition labels. While this seems reasonable, some customers found this confusing, since there isn't anything "added" to the product.

Saving Multiple Addresses

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Most of our users have a single business address that they need to show on their food labels. But if you are a consultant with multiple clients, co-packer, white labeler, or find you just need to list your business address in different ways, we have a fun little feature for you!

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