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In May of 2016 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a final rule regarding the serving sizes of food. The final rule required new nutrition labeling as well as changing the definition of single-serving containers. The Food and Drug Administration also...

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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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What Needs to Be on an FDA Nutrition Label?

What Needs to Be on an FDA Nutrition Label?

Creating a new food product can be equally as exciting as it is overwhelming. Meeting FDA standards requires significant research, time, and trial and error. So how can inventors create new and innovative food products with ease? Understanding what exactly needs to be...

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Retail Ready Nutrition Facts Label

Retail Ready Nutrition Facts LabelingAs you know, running a business in the food sector comes with many challenges. For example, many moving parts can make it feel impossible to get a product packaged and ready for retail. Naturally, an FDA-compliant nutrition facts...

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Nutrition Software

Nutrition SoftwareNowadays, the food industry is heavily regulated by the FDA, which constructs endless policies and pitfalls to navigate. Businesses of any size struggle to keep up with all the rules and regulations. Luckily, LabelCalc’s nutrition software is an...

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Labeling Software

Labeling SoftwareComplying with the legalities of the business side is hard enough. Sometimes, navigating the FDA labeling standards makes it difficult. Luckily, LabelCalc’s labeling software is designed to relieve the burden of upholding all FDA regulations while...

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Ingredients Statement

Ingredients StatementThe ingredients statement is crucial on your food label. It lists the ingredients in your recipe, and the FDA mandates that it follows specific requirements. In addition, the directives on the elements statement can help you avoid future...

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FDA Food Labeling 101

FDA Food Labeling 101The FDA does not pre-approve food labels. Good inventors, chefs, cooks, and others have given up on their dreams while waiting for approval for their labels. The Nutrition Labeling and Education Act of 1990 gave the FDA labeling authority. The Act...

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Allergen Reporting

Allergen ReportingAccording to the FDA, food allergies occur when the body’s immune system reacts to the proteins in certain foods. Allergic reactions can be as drastic as anaphylaxis, which is life-threatening. However, allergic reactions can also be as mild as hives...

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What Needs to Be on an FDA Nutrition Label?

What Needs to Be on an FDA Nutrition Label?

Creating a new food product can be equally as exciting as it is overwhelming. Meeting FDA standards requires significant research, time, and trial and error. So how can inventors create new and innovative food products with ease? Understanding what exactly needs to be...