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Jump to Navigation Frame   Jump to Content Frame   Wardlaw Chapter 2 Yong-Ju Choe  Started: September 10, 2008 9:39 PM Questions: 10     1.  (Points: 1)      The term "Daily Values" on a food label refers to a.  a rough guideline based on approximate human needs. c. minimum requirements.   Save Answer     2.  (Points: 1)      A nutrition label must be present on the product if a. a claim is made about the health benefits of a specific nutrient. c. the food is prepared using a specific standardized recipe, such as catsup. d. the food is sold in the supermarket.   Save Answer  
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  3.  (Points: 1)            Using the USDA MyPyramid for 2000 kcalories, the fruits and vegetables in this menu are a. missing a vitamin A source. b. missing a vitamin C source. c.  present in adequate quantities. d. missing a dark green vegetable source.
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