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Food Labeling: FDA Needs to Better Leverage Resources, Improve Oversight, and Effectively Use Available Data to Help Consumers Select Healthy Foods
Lisa Shames (au)
Two thirds of U.S. adults are overweight, and childhood obesity and diabetes are on the rise. To reverse these health problems, experts are urging Americans to eat healthier. Food labels contain information to help consumers who want to make healthy food choices. The FDA oversees fed. labeling rules for 80 percent of foods. This report examines: (1) FDA's efforts to ensure that domestic and imported foods comply with labeling rules; (2) the challenges FDA faces in these efforts; and (3) the views of key stakeholders on FDA actions needed to mitigate misleading labeling. The auditor analyzed FDA data, reports, and requirements on food labeling oversight and compliance and interviewed agency and key stakeholder group officials. Illus.
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