By Ralph Ed. Shapiro, Ralph Shapiro
This instruction manual examines the dietary Labeling and schooling Act (NLEA) glided by Congress in 1990. It discusses the heritage of the NLEA and its impression on a number of segments of the meals undefined, making advanced and particular laws simply comprehensible all through. govt, and customer views on labelling laws are supplied besides useful directions for compliance and packaging.
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AL CLAUSI PAST PRESIDENT, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS Page v Preface This book is a primary, easy-to-read reference to the 1990 Nutrition Labeling and Education Act (NLEA) regulations. It is intended for food industry professionals, educators, and consultants who want an overview of the regulations as well as specifics for their implementation. It will be useful to food scientists involved in product development; sales and marketing professionals; importers and distributors; food service professionals; dieticians; nutritionists; college and university teachers; consumer interest groups; and physicians and others in the medical community concerned with nutrition and disease prevention.
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