Americans may soon see an altered version of the “Nutrition Facts” label on the food, as the Food and Drug Administration has proposed some distinct changes, the Los Angeles Times reports.
This was done to help American’s make “healthier dietary” choices. The most distinct of these changes include, a greater visibility of the serving size and larger typeface for the number of calories.
The proposed label will include more in-depth information distinguishing the natural sugars in the food and those that have been added to enhance the item.
Read more here: Food nutrition labels get a makeover