FDA delays revamped nutrition facts panel
June 14, 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — A revamped nutrition facts panel designed to make it easier for Americans to see how many calories and added sugars are in packaged foods and drinks is being delayed.
The Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday it plans to push back the deadline for a rule requiring food companies to use the new label. It's the Trump administration's latest delay of the Obama administration's rules intended to improve food labeling and make foods healthier and safer.
The revised nutrition facts panel would make the calorie counts on packaged food and drinks more prominent, adjust serving...