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 What replaced the RDA on food labels in 1989?

Answer To avoid confusion and to make labels more clear, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) replaced the recommended daily allowance (RDA) information on products in 1989 with U.S. RDAs (U.S. rec... Read More »
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How did food labels come to be?

Today's food labels provide a wealth of nutritional information to help consumers make informed choices about what foods to buy. But packaged food wasn't always labeled in this way or labeled at al... Read More »
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What is the meaning of food labels?

Nutrition labels help convey important nutritional information about a particular food product. They help consumers understand the amount of calories, protein, carbohydrates, fat and sodium that go... Read More »
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What does the circled U mean on food labels?

The circled "U" on food labels means that the food complies with Jewish dietary laws and has been authorized by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. The Orthodox Union symbol is ... Read More »
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What does organic mean on food labels?

The label "USDA Organic" denotes food products produced under the regulations defined by the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Organic Foods Production Act (OFPA). Food labeled "100... Read More »
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