- Ready-to-eat food that is not for immediate consumption but is prepared on site. For example, products from bakeries and delis or candy store items.
- Foods that do not contain significant amounts of nutrients. For example, coffee, tea and some spices.
- Foods produced by businesses that meet certain criteria (business size, annual sales) may be exempt from nutrition labeling unless they make a health claim or nutrient content claim.
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- Q What does naturally fruit-flavored mean on food labels?
- Q What do cholesterol-free and low-cholesterol food labels mean?
- Q What do low-fat and fat-free food labels mean?
- Q What do health claims on food labels mean?
- Q What does it mean if a food is labeled dietetic?
- Q How can I tell if a product is whole grain?