Industry Voices: How do you feel about the recent change in nutrition labels?

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Earlier this year, the FDA unveiled its new required nutritional label for packaged foods, the label’s first significant makeover in 20 years. The new label now includes grams of added sugars, daily recommended limits for sodium, and serving size adjustments in addition to making the calorie and serving size information larger and more visible. Here, specialty food producers weigh in with their opinions of the new labels as they prepare to comply with the regulation by FDA’s July 2018 deadline. (Smaller food companies with less than $10 million in annual sales have an extra year to comply.)

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Specialty Food Association The Specialty Food Association is a thriving community of food artisans, purveyors, importers and entrepreneurs who bring craft, care and joy to the distinctive foods they sell. Established in 1952 in New York, the not-for-profit trade association provides its 3,000+ members in the U.S. and abroad the tools, knowledge and connections to champion and nurture their companies in an always-evolving marketplace. The Association (formerly the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade, Inc.) owns and produces the Winter and Summer Fancy Food Shows, and presents the sofi Awards honoring excellence in specialty food.

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