The Food and Drug Administration released 17 warning letters recently to food manufacturers, making good on a vow to crack down on misleading labels on food packages. The agency accused the companies of pumping up the nutritional claims of their products or masking contents such as unhealthy fats. The letters went out to the makers of a broad array of products, including Gerber baby food, Juicy Juice, Dreyer’s ice cream, POM pomegranate juice and Gorton’s fish fillets.
Source: New York Times
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