Analytical Methods for Lawful Sweetener Labeling

Posted on:April 3, 2019

Click to Enlarge THE REVISED U.S. NUTRITION LABEL regulations, to be implemented in 2020, will transform the carbohydrate portion of the label by including a line for added sugars along with revised definitions of dietary fiber. The food and beverage … Continue reading


High-Value Evidentiary Studies Refute the Correlation Between Added Sugar and Obesity

Posted on:April 1, 2019

Click to Enlarge AT THE OUTSET OF HIS TALK, “Reducing Added Sugars: Will It Reverse the Trend Toward Overweight & Obesity,” John White, Ph.D., President and Founder, White Technical Research, asked how many in the audience believed that sugar consumption … Continue reading


Confusion Abounds with FDA’s Proposed Added Sugar Labeling

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  Fruit pieces, dried fruit, pulps or purees do not need to be labeled as Added Sugar when added to maintain the fruit properties of products not generally considered to contain Added Sugar. ANTICIPATE TURBULENCE AHEAD! Mandated FDA changes to … Continue reading


Accuracy in Protein Labeling: Following the Letter of the Law

Posted on:January 14, 2019

Click to Enlarge WHEN IT COMES TO labeling, given the litigious society we live in, food and ingredient manufacturers have more to worry about than government oversight from the FDA and FTC. “The FDA looks at your labeling; the FTC … Continue reading


Proposed Non-GMO Labeling and Certification Options

Posted on:January 8, 2019

WHILE NON-GMO claims are fast growing, the regulatory land- scape is unclear. Nancy Knight, Director of Quality and Regulatory Compliance, Orgain, Inc., discussed current challenges, as well as options for non-GMO labeling in her presentation “Non-GMO Transparency: Understanding Your Options.” … Continue reading


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