WASHINGTON, D.C. — To help consumers manage their weight, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is exploring ways to change food labeling regulations.
Some products are labeled as single servings, but the nutrition labels indicate that they're actually two or more servings. Because packages often don't show the total number of calories, consumers must multiply the calories and fat by the number of servings.
Fitness Business Pro readers can e-mail their suggestions to the FDA at email@example.com. When making a comment about serving sizes, reference docket number 2004N-0456 and for suggestions on calories, reference docket number 2004N-0463.