Not all nutrients need be on labels

April 1998
Environmental Nutrition;Apr98, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p8
Focuses on the type of nutrients that the US Food and Drug Administration requires companies to list on food labels. Nutrients that companies can exclude from listing on their food labels.


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