Lecture 35- Labels

Lecture 35- Labels - Lecture35:Labels 12:14:00...

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30/11/2009 12:14:00 Portion Size is decided by the manufacturer  Put calories as fat- Meat and dairy products can be expressed as % by weight Not 15 cal/60 cal, but 1.5g / 54g  Dairy Deceit  Whole milk= 48% cal as fat 2% milk= 27% cal as fat 1% milk= 22% cal as fat Skim milk= 0% cal as fat Daily Reference Value 1.5g =2% of DRV 1.5/.02 =100% of DRV 75g =100% of DRV lots of calculation If you calculate, with reference of 2000 Kcal intake/day Food Labels According to the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act, all food labels must  contain the following information: o Common name of the product o Name and address of the product’s manufacturer o Net contents in terms of weight, measure or count o Ingredient list- Lists the ingredients in descending order of  predominance and weight. 
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