Nutrition Facts Label IQ

Question 1 of 12

On a package of crackers, what does the term 'low fat' mean?

A0.5 grams fat or less per serving
B3 grams fat, or less, per serving
C25 percent less fat than the full fat version
D50 percent less fat than the full fat version
EBoth 2 and 4
A0.5 grams fat or less per serving
B3 grams fat, or less, per serving
C25 percent less fat than the full fat version
D50 percent less fat than the full fat version
EBoth 2 and 4
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Question 2 of 12

Foods with a 'natural' label:

AContain no synthetic preservatives, colors or flavors
BMay not contain high fructose corn syrup
CMay not contain partially hydrogenated oils
DAre also organic
AContain no synthetic preservatives, colors or flavors
BMay not contain high fructose corn syrup
CMay not contain partially hydrogenated oils
DAre also organic
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Question 3 of 12

Products labeled 'organic,' which are grown without artificial fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides:

AMust be 100 percent organic
BContain at least 95 percent organic ingredients
CContain at least 70 percent organic ingredients
AMust be 100 percent organic
BContain at least 95 percent organic ingredients
CContain at least 70 percent organic ingredients
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Question 4 of 12

When reading the label of a grain food, such as bread, pasta, or crackers, what is more important?

AThe amount of fiber
BThe amount of whole grains
CThe location of whole grains in the ingredient list
DBoth 2 and 3
AThe amount of fiber
BThe amount of whole grains
CThe location of whole grains in the ingredient list
DBoth 2 and 3
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Question 5 of 12

While reading the front of a package, how much of a nutrient is contained in a 'good source'?

A50 percent
B20 percent
C10 percent
D5 percent
A50 percent
B20 percent
C10 percent
D5 percent
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Question 6 of 12

A label that reads '0 grams of Trans Fat' has:

AZero grams trans fat per serving
BUp to 0.4 grams per serving
CUp to 0.9 grams per serving
DNone of the above
AZero grams trans fat per serving
BUp to 0.4 grams per serving
CUp to 0.9 grams per serving
DNone of the above
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Question 7 of 12

A food 'serving size' is determined by:

AThe Food and Drug Administration
BThe company producing the food
CHow much people tend to eat
DThe size of the package
AThe Food and Drug Administration
BThe company producing the food
CHow much people tend to eat
DThe size of the package
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Question 8 of 12

True or false: Reduced fat and low fat food are the same.

ATrue
BFalse
ATrue
BFalse
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Question 9 of 12

The 'percent daily value' (DV) is based on how many calories?

A1500
B1800
C2000
D2200
A1500
B1800
C2000
D2200
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Question 10 of 12

Food companies have swapped trans fats for other types of fats. Which of these should you also avoid?

ACorn oil
BSoybean oil
CPalm oil and palm kernel oil
DSafflower oil
ACorn oil
BSoybean oil
CPalm oil and palm kernel oil
DSafflower oil
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Question 11 of 12

Which is the healthier pick?

ARegular peanut butter
BLow fat peanut butter
ARegular peanut butter
BLow fat peanut butter
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Question 12 of 12

The number one item people look for on food labels is:

ACalories
BFat
CSodium
DSugar
ACalories
BFat
CSodium
DSugar
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