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Business Investment Opportunities in Myanmar (Burma)

The Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar warmly invites responsible investors to seek and seize business opportunities in Myanmar to accelerate sustainable economic growth. 780 more words

Myanmar Business

POLL: Do you pay attention to nutrition labels?

KIMT News 3 – On Friday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration finalized a new packaged food nutrition facts label with the goal of more accurately reflecting scientific information, including the link between your diet and chronic diseases. 67 more words


What Should You Know about Sugar in Your Food? FDA vs. the Sugar Industry

In a final notice-and-comment rulemaking following a two-year battle with the sugar industry, the Food and Drug Administration is requiring food manufacturers to include on nutrition labels information on “total sugars” and “added sugars” resulting from the manufacturing process and the percentage of the recommended daily value these added sugars represent. 140 more words

Chapter 7-Rules & Regs

Food recall covers 400 items, including frozen veggies, noodle bowls, sold at Costco and other stores

By David Pitt, The Associated Press

DES MOINES, Iowa — Amid a massive frozen foods recall involving millions of packages of fruits and vegetables that were shipped to all 50 U.S. 789 more words

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Food nutrition labels are getting a major revamp

(CNN) — The labels on the food you buy are going to look a lot different in the next two to three years, and the government hopes the change will help you make healthier decisions. 331 more words


New Nutrition Facts Label Finalized By Food and Drug Administration

BALTIMORE (WJZ) —  The Food and Drug Administration has finalized the new Nutrition Facts label for packaged foods sold in the U.S.

First Lady Michelle Obama first announced the changes to the label in February 2014, the day after the fourth anniversary of her Let’s Move! 243 more words


Those Updated Nutrition Labels On All Your Packaged Food Are Finally Happening

It’s something most of us learned to do decades ago: you see an inviting package on the supermarket shelf. You pick it up, have a look at the front to see if you might like that flavor, and then flip it over to stare intently at the familiar white nutrition label on the back. 350 more words