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Bringing Nutrition Labels “Up Front” to Enhance Consumer Food Decisions at the Point-of-Purchase

An accelerating trend in labeling is the voluntary provision of brief facts or symbols that summarize or interpret the more extensive nutrition information on the Nutrition Facts. This article covers various point-of-purchase nutrition labeling systems, describes their regulation, and explores ways that professionals can educate the public to use these systems appropriately.

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