1) The Dietary Guidelines for Americans follows a standardized : 1201330.
1) The Dietary Guidelines for Americans follows a standardized definition for a serving size of each food.
2) The FDA regulates nutrition labels and the description of information found on food packages.
3) The last item on an ingredient list is the predominant ingredient in that food product.
4) Percent Daily Values listed on food labels are based on an energy intake level of 2,000 Calories a day.
5) Since 1990, food labels have been required on all fresh meat and poultry.
6) Food labeling regulations allow manufacturers to omit the footnote of the Nutrition Facts Panel on smaller products.
7) The Dietary Guidelines are a set of principles designed by the World Health Organization (WHO) for all developing and developed countries.
8) One of the limitations of the USDA MyPlate is that it cannot be accessed on the Internet.
9) The USDA MyPlate recommends that all grain sources be whole-grain choices.
10) Empty Calories is a concept introduced in the 2010 USDA Food Patterns.