USDA Sets “Healthy” Food Labeling Guidelines — FoodDive.com

The USDA is tightening regulations on whether a food can be labeled as “healthy”:

“USDA-regulated food products will be able to carry the “healthy” label claim if their fat profile contains predominantly mono and polyunsaturated fats or a serving has at least 10% of the government-set daily value of potassium or vitamin D, according to a notice set to be published in the Federal Register later this week.”

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