USA: NFPA urges FDA to deny "Added Sugars" labeling petition
In formal comments to the Food and Drug Administration, the National Food Processors Association (NFPA) urged the Agency to deny a petition requesting that nutrition labels on foods be revised so that "added sugars" would be declared separately from total sugars. NFPA submitted comments on the added sugars labeling petition to FDA on September 25.
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