On a package of crackers the term "low fat" means...
Foods with a 'natural' label...
Products labeled 'organic', which are grown without artificial fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or fungicides:
When reading the label of a grain food, such as bread or pasta, which is most important?
What daily value percentage of a specific nutrient must be present for the package to be labeled a 'good source' of that nutrient?
A label that reads "0 grams of Trans Fats" has
A food label serving size is determined by
True or False: Reduced fat and low fat foods are the same.
The label 'percent daily value' is based on how many calories?
Food companies have swapped trans fats for other types of fats. Which of these should you avoid?
Which is the healthier choice?
What is the number one thing people look for on a food label?