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Posted on: March 07, 2014
Big changes could soon be coming to grocery stores across the U.S., but for those who don’t pay attention to the black and white nutrition label located on the back of food and beverage packages, the change might not seem very drastic. Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed giving Nutrition Facts […]
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