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A Healthy Try at Simplifying Food Labels?

A Healthy Try at Simplifying Food Labels?

By Eric F. Greenberg, Attorney-at-law

At the risk of overdramatizing, the food label is a continuing cauldron of controversy.

This month we’ll take a close look at one ongoing controversy, though there are plenty to choose from. For example, in future columns, we might examine how best to name non-meat alternatives to meat; lawsuits over allegedly false label statements and “slack fill”; FDA’s temporary allowance of labeling flexibility for edible oils (due to both shortages and COVID); and the “food as medicine” movement.

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