USA: 'Fresh' Does Not Necessarily Mean 'Raw', Nfpa Tells Fda Meeting
When it comes to food labeling, the term "fresh" does not necessarily mean the same as "raw," according to the National Food Processors Association (NFPA)."'Fresh' is a powerful term to describe foods, and it is clearly a word that conveys a strong message of product quality in the minds of consumers," said Regina Hildwine, NFPA's Senior Director of Food Labeling in Standards, in testimony delivered at a public meeting held by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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