Pay attention to the little stickers on fresh fruits and vegetables in the supermarket. They tell us more than we think.
Looks like “Sell By” dates will no longer appear on food products. Good idea since it was confusing and had little meaning.
Have you ever really read an ingredient list on a food label? An article from Fooducate is very informative on what a few of these commonly used ingredients really are and what they do. Campbells is trying to clean up labels using more real food ingredients. Interesting!!! Sounds like a good idea.
There is so much nutrition misinformation out there. Watch out for these labeling tricks on many common foods in the supermarket.
Confused about sell date, use by, or best if used by on food products? It may be time to clarify and simplify these terms for consumers. Would you support new legislation to combat the growing problem of food waste?
Another warning about the hazards of contracting E. coli, this time from tenderized meat. Good news – now there are new labels to protect us from this process. CLICK HERE.
Sounds like a good trend. When consumers speak, the food industry responds. Changing the food culture in the U.S. has to be in small steps like this one by putting nutrition information on the front of the package.