The Nat. Labeling a Educ. Act (NLEA) of 1990 a the final reg's. to implement the NLEA provide for a number of fundamental changes in how food is labeled, including requiring that nutrition labeling be placed on most foods, requiring that terms that characterize the level of nutrients in a food be used in accordance with established definitions, a providing for the use of claims about the relationship between nutrients a diseases. These changes apply to virtually all foods in the food supply, including those sold in restaurants. This publication provides guidance to facilitate compliance with the new reg's.Restaurants may use a heart symbol to indicate food items that are consistent with the recommendations of a health ... If the name or logo of a third party reference is likely to be an implied claim when seen in conjunction with an individual food or meal, and the food or meal does ... U.S. Department of Agriculture/Department of Health and Human Services food pyramid, the American Heart Association, anbsp;...
|Author||:||DIANE Publishing Company|
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