Category Archives: FOP Labeling

  1. What’s causing obesity? I can’t believe it’s not butter.


    January 11, 2013 by lschoenfeld

    One of the major themes I heard come up over and over during our three days in Washington D.C. was …
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  2. Can Healthy Foods Tempt the Food Industry and Consumers?


    November 12, 2012 by jsohl

    You can’t make it through a week without hearing or reading something about our obesity epidemic and ensuing health consequences. …
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  3. The Food Manufacturer Challenge: Adding Value to Unprocessed Foods


    October 8, 2012 by afrazzini

    If food manufacturers were required to provide front-of-package nutritional ratings such as those recommended by the Institute of Medicine (IOM), …
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  4. Is it MY fault if MY food kills people?


    October 8, 2012 by kevintmiller

    The food industry has a problem.  Studies have demonstrated that when people eat outside the home, they consume more calories.  …
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  5. FOP Labeling On A Can of Worms. (don’t worry, they’re low-cal and organic!)


    October 3, 2012 by brooksy

    The impact of reading mandatory labels is a difficult policy to generalize because so many people are conscious of what …
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  6. Time to stop the nascarization of products with a standard FOP?

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    October 1, 2012 by nutritionpolicy2012

    At The Obesity Society (TOS) Conference  a little over a week ago, I attended a session entitled “Front of Package …
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