Officials from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have recently proposed new food safety rules which will require meat, vegetable and fruit producers to reduce foodborne illness known to cause sickness in many Americans every year, according to Reuters.
Researchers at RTI International found that when labels incorporated text and color to indicate “high” or “low” levels of nutrients, they were easier for consumers to interpret than those that used only numbers – like grams per serving.
A survey released from the consulting company Technomic shows that consumers are also focused on a well-balanced diet that allows them the occasional indulgence along with healthy foods.
Living Essentials, the company that makes 5-Hour Energy, has recently come under serious scrutiny. The 5-Hour Energy product has long claimed in labels, commercials and promotions that there will be “no crash later.”