This petition asks the FDA to stop unhealthy foods from advertising their one healthy ingredient

Mar 13, 2019 Published under KIND, KIND Snacks

At the grocery store, we often think items are healthy because the packaging says “good source of protein” or “excellent source of fiber” – when in reality, those products could be empty calories or full of sugar. Consumers deserve clearer labels to help them make informed decisions. That’s why KIND in partnership with a group of public health experts, is petitioning the FDA to bring more transparency to food labels by updating its nutrient content claim regulations.


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