Nutrition Labeling Handbook

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Ralph Shapiro
CRC Press, Aug 30, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 728 pages
This handbook examines the Nutritional Labeling and Education Act (NLEA) passed by Congress in 1990. It discusses the history of the NLEA and its impact on various segments of the food industry, making complex and detailed regulations easily understandable throughout. Government, industry and consumer perspectives on labelling regulations are provided along with practical guidelines for compliance and packaging.
 

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Contents

A Brief History of FDA Regulation Relating to
1
Perspectives on Nutrition Labeling and Education Act
29
Nutrition Labeling of Meat and Poultry ProductsAn
53
International Harmonization and Compliance
85
Perspective on Nutrition Labeling and Education Act
115
A Comprehensive Review of the Nutrition Labeling
125
Regulations for Nutrition Labeling of Raw Produce
227
Strategic Planning and Management of Changing Packages
247
NLEA and the Calorie Control Food and Beverage
401
New Products
415
The Impact of Mandatory Nutrition Labeling Rules on
429
NLEA and the Foodservice Industry
449
The Impact of the Nutrition Labeling and Education
471
The Nutrition Labeling
495
Compliance with Nutrient Content Declaration
509
Analytical Methods and Databases for Nutrition Labeling
551

Designing Packages for a Healthier America and
269
Linking Education to Regulation
299
A Consumer
315
Informing Educating
355
Consumer Confusion
373
The Impact of the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act
389
Reference Amounts Protein Digestibility Coefficients
587
Enforcement Policy Statement on Food Advertising
619
Analytical Methods and Databases
643
Index
683
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