Month: March 2019

Reference Amount vs Serving Size

Reference Amount vs Serving Size

Reference Amount vs Serving Size: What’s the Difference? Although they are related, there is a distinct difference between serving sizes and reference amounts. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) defines serving size as “the amount of food customarily consumed...

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New FDA Fiber Definition

New FDA Fiber Definition

New FDA Fiber Definition: What It Means to You Background Regarding the FDA and Dietary Fiber Prior to May of 2016, there was no regulatory definition for dietary fiber provided by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). As many in the industry are aware, many...

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The 3 Best Practices for Creating a Nutrition Facts Label

The 3 Best Practices for Creating a Nutrition Facts Label

It might come as no surprise that in 2022, there are more than one way to create nutrition facts labels for your food products. Because we live in a digital age, where data is easily accessible, food manufacturers aren't restricted to outsourcing nutrition facts label...

What Needs To Be On The New FDA Food Label

What Needs To Be On The New FDA Food Label

Welcome to 2022 - The Year of Compliance! After an extended grace period due to COVID-19, the FDA is reinforcing its regulations for 2022 and beyond. It will be of utmost importance this year to make sure your product nutrition labels are up to date for compliance....

Creating Functional Food Products for Retail Sale

Creating Functional Food Products for Retail Sale

How to Create a Successful Food Product in 2022 If you're considering making a career out of creating and selling food products to consumers in any capacity, how do you know where to start?  You might be surprised to find out that anywhere from 70-90% of food retail...