James Giese

FSIS changes nutrition labeling on meal-type products
The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service is amending its nutrition labeling regulations to change the definition of “meal-type” products to allow for nutrient content claims on multiple-serve food containers, to adopt the definition of “main dish” used by the Food and Drug Administration, and to define how meal-type products and main dishes should be nutrition labeled. The change in the definition of meal-type product…


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