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Study Guide Quiz 1 - Unit 4 KEY CONCEPTS People have the...

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Unit 4 KEY CONCEPTS: People have the right to know what is in the food they buy Labels give information so people can make informed decisions Labeling regulations cover the type of foods that must be labeled and set standards for the content and format of labels LABELING: What must be labeled? o Foods with more than one ingredient o Dietary supplements o Claim is present On site information is rarely complete inside restaurants Trans fat must be labeled HEALTH CLAIMS Low fat – 3 grams or less fat per serving No cholesterol – fewer than 20 milligrams of cholesterol per serving Low sodium – fewer than 140 milligrams sodium per serving Foods high in fat, saturated fat, cholesterol or sodium and low in certain vitamins, minerals, or fiber cannot be labeled with a nutrition claim ENRICHMENT AND FORTIFICATION Enrichment – refined grain products where nutrients lost in milling are added Fortification – added vitamins and minerals to the original product
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