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Throughout our site’s history, FoodFacts.com has listed nutrition labels and ingredient lists for thousands of products. With the 20 year anniversary of the federal requirement for nutrition labels to appear on every packaged food product in our grocery stores, we … Continue reading
FoodFacts knows that seeds, which are often sowed, watered and waited for to reproduce some kind of food, pack a punch of nutrition relative to their size. However, you don’t need to wait for a seed to sprout to get … Continue reading
Everyday, FoodFacts.com adds a plethora of different foods to our database. We post about various food products and ingredients on our Facebook page. We deliver information that encourages people to get to know what they’re actually eating that they can’t … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com understands that many consumers may often be fooled by certain terms, symbols, or words present on food packaging. This article should help to clarify any confusion regarding your foods and how the impact your health! 1. Flavored Both natural … Continue reading
Brought to you by Foodfacts.com: Soda sales around the world have sky-rocketed in the last 6 decades. Brands such as Coca Cola, Pepsi, and Cadbury Schweppes have made billions of dollars in revenue selling their flavorful and bubbly beverages worldwide. … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com has partnered with DietsInReview.com to expose food and nutrition-related news and research. Check out this article below on restaurants misrepresenting calories on menus! Restaurants Misrepresent Calories on Menus By Theresa Delay at DietsInReview.com Many restaurants and fast food restaurants … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com points out that you might think you can read those labels, but there are some nutrition label facts you might not know. The following are just a few of these secrets of the food industry.
Some think there is poor usability of nutrition fact labels on foods. Foodfacts.com believes it’s important for people to be able to decode nutrition labels.
For how big, or old, a person was the daily requirement calculated? Foodfacts.com has learned that consumers to our North are increasingly confused by the nutrition facts table on the back of prepackaged foods. The labels are meant to help … Continue reading
Quick, interesting and informative video about how to read food nutrition labels. Meanwhile, keep in mind that resources like Food Facts present objective and unbiased food ingredient information, independent of food manufacturer claims.