IEG policy agribusiness intelligence

June 7, 2019

 

IEG Policy published an article regarding the Sugar Association’s letter to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requesting a compliance date extension for sugar producers for the new Nutrition Fact Labels (NFP) requirements for bags and boxes of sugar.

Reporter Margarita Raycheva writes:

“The Sugar Association’s request does not come as a surprise, as FDA is still working to tie the last remaining loose ends on its NFP mandate, and those are mostly tied to the added sugar declaration – one of the most complex aspects of the new panels.”

Read the full article (subscription required) at: https://iegpolicy.agribusinessintelligence.informa.com/PL220475/Sugar-lobby-urges-FDA-to-extend-Nutrition-Facts-deadline-for-bags-of-sugar

 

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