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Will changes to the Nutrition Facts panel lead to a wave of ‘defortification’?

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Updated daily values (DVs) for vitamins and minerals that will roll out with the new-look Nutrition Facts panel, coupled with changes to serving sizes, may reduce the nutrient density of fortified foods, and could lead to reduced overall intakes of some vitamins, predict the authors of a new study penned by nutrition experts at vitamins supplier DSM Nutritional Products.

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We should ‘shift from measuring food intake to measuring nutritional status,’ argues expert

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Plant-based milk debate heats up state regulators weigh in at NCIMS

Plant-based milk debate heats up as state regulators weigh in at NCIMS meeting

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NACS, Cumberland Farms commit to expanding access to healthy options

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Chobani sees Greek yogurt as a young category with a lot of growth potential. Photo: Chobani

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