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Potatoes are the world’s most widely consumed food crop, after only rice, wheat, and maize (corn) in terms of human consumption. Potatoes were first cultivated about 10,000 years ago in South America. Now the cultivation of this versatile tuber has spread all over Europe, Asia, and Africa in the last five centuries. Potatoes are presently grown in more than 160 countries, with a global average per capita consumption of 33 kg per year. Sweet Potato
When the alarm clock marks the start of a new day, you automatically start worrying about meals, whether it be breakfast, lunch, or dinner, since most of the time you really have no idea what you are going to prepare to eat – or to feed your family. You think that you can use fast food as an easy solution, but you also know that this is not the healthiest option, and in the last

What are Nutrient Content Claims on food labels?

Posted on November 12, 2021
Category: Food Label
Some examples of nutrient content claims are sugar-free, lean, light, and many other terms. Some Nutrient claims are about the content of certain nutrients and may state that the product is low in fat or a good source of calcium. The FDA (The Food and Drug Administration) requires that nutrient content on food is based on how much people usually eat or drink and is known as the reference amount. Food that gives 10% of
Nutrient Label Claims

What are Nutrient Content Claims on food labels?

Posted on September 28, 2021
Category: Food Label
Some examples of nutrient content claims are sugar-free, lean, light, and many other terms. Some Nutrient claims are about the content of certain nutrients and may state that the product is low in fat or a good source of calcium. The FDA (The Food and Drug Administration) requires that nutrient content on food is based on how much people usually eat or drink and is known as the reference amount. Food that gives 10% of