Food Label Confusion: Why Organic, Non-GMO Labels Are Often Misleading The labels on the food you buy at the grocery store don't always mean what you think, according to Charlotte Vallaeys with Consumer Reports.
Grocers Want To Know: Does The Label Mean It's Expired?Two major grocery store associations are calling for voluntary guidelines to streamline food expiration labels and are aiming to get all manufacturers and retailers to use the new system by the Summer of 2018.
Government Wants To Change Food Labels To Cut Down On WasteThe U.S. government is hoping a change to the date on food labels can cut down on waste.
Deciphering Food Labels At The StoreThere has been an explosion in the United State of people wanting to know where their food comes from and what's in it.
Foods In Your Pantry That May Be MislabeledTurns out nearly 10 percent of all food is either mislabeled, diluted or misrepresented.
The Skinny On Serving SizesWhen was the last time you counted out a serving of 12 potato chips, or scooped out half a cup of your favorite ice cream? There's a new call for portion sizes on food labels to be more realistic so people know what they're eating.
How To Decipher Confusing Genetically-Modified-Food LabelsWith so many concerns about our food supply, terms like "genetically modified," "organic" or "GMO-free" can be confusing and make your head spin. What do those labels actually mean and which ones are the right choice for you and your family?