eBook: Food Labeling 101

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Avoid compliance pitfalls with our Food Labeling 101 guide

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates packaged food items sold in the United States and requires the display of accurate Nutritional Facts labels and other elements. While these regulations can get confusing, our eBook breaks down the all the elements to help you maintain labeling compliance. 

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