Labeling Added Sugars in Foods and Beverages

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Because Added Sugars contribute empty calories to a diet, their overconsumption can make getting enough essential vitamins and minerals difficult. To encourage consumer awareness of Added Sugars in food products, the FDA’s 2016 Food Labeling Revisions established Added Sugars as a mandatory label nutrient and clarified the definition.  

During this webinar, we look at the FDA’s definition of Added Sugars for mixed and single-ingredient products, the labeling regulations for both, and how to use Genesis R&D to accurately track and report Added Sugars on your Nutrition Facts label.

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