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What's In Food

      Looking for easy to understand nutrition details that can be accessed anytime, anywhere? The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) delivers with their new Web site, What's In Food. This page is an extension of the nutrition.gov Web site where the fundamentals of nutrition are broken down into basic categories. This Web site helps the public or more nutrition savvy professionals become more knowledgeable about the foods they eat and the supplements they take each day.
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      1. Food Marketing Institute. The transparency imperative: product labeling from the consumer perspective. https://www.fmi.org/forms/store/ProductFormPublic/the-transparency-imperative-product-labeling-from-the-consumer-perspective. Accessed June 2, 2019.