- New label highlights calories and servings. Requires info on added sugars.
- Learn some basic facts about food allergies and FDA’s role to help consumers avoid the health risks posed by food allergens.
- Find out how to safely buy, store, and serve these products.
- The FDA has finalized a new food safety rule that will help to prevent food contamination during transportation.
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