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1st Place National Winner: Communications Educational Technology Award, awarded by National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Sciences!
Authors: Julie Albrecht, PhD, RD; Carol Schwarz, MS, RD; Alice Henneman, MS, RDN
Food labels help consumers make purchasing decisions at the grocery store and provide information about what is inside the container. A food label initially helps sell the product to the consumer and gives the consumer information about the product identity, quality, nutrition, and relevant health and safety information.
"What's on a Food Label?" PowerPoint
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