Food & Beverage
FDA Nutrition Facts label compliance
New FDA regulation about Nutrition Facts labels
On May 20, 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a number of changes to the nutrition label for packaged foods. All food manufacturers and other companies like convenience stores and fitness clubs who package foods on site, and commissaries that prepare and package foods sold in convenience stores will have to comply with the regulation until January 1, 2020 (manufacturers with $10 million or more in annual food sales) or until January 1, 2021 (manufacturers with less than $10 million in annual food sales).
After several decades, the nutrition facts label is getting a new look to reflect new scientific findings in the fields of nutrition and health care. New label facts acknowledge the link between diet and chronic diseases such as obesity and heart disease and provide additional information aimed at helping the consumers make informed decisions about the food they eat.
At NiceLabel, we have studied the new FDA regulation thoroughly to prepare simplified guides about the key changes coming your way, and we have updated our label and printing solutions to help you become compliant with the regulation as quickly as possible.
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A brief guide to the FDA Nutrition Facts label changes
This ebook serves you as a simplified guide where you will find:
- The key changes to the Nutrition Facts label
- Goals of the regulation
- 4 steps you need to take to smoothly manage the transition
- A checklist with all of the label changes in one place