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How do the new FDA sugar labeling rules impact you?

The new FDA labeling regulations are impacting the way sugars are labeled in a big way. Labels will now be required to display "Total Sugars" and "Added Sugars."

To help you understand what these new sugar declarations are, how you can measure for them, and how we can help, we invite you to stream this free, 15-minute webinar recording.

Webinar Details:

- Duration: 15 minutes

- Host: John Szpylka, Ph.D., Scientific Affairs Director, Chemistry N.A., Mérieux NutriSciences

What We Cover:

- Added Sugars on the new nutrition facts label

- Differences between Sugars and Added Sugars

- Measuring techniques for Sugars

- Record keeping recommendations

The FDA has now defined a % Daily Value for "Added Sugars", and will now require labeling of these added sugars in the nutrition facts label. This new rule will impact processed food manufacturers, private label brands and sugar ingredient suppliers alike and will call for new testing and label design.

Added Sugars Sweeten the Food Label