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(FDA) Requirements For Food Labeling

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sets specific requirements for food labeling to ensure that consumers have access to accurate information about the products they are purchasing. These labeling requirements apply to most packaged food products sold in the United...
Pet Food Product Naming

Pet Food Product Naming

What’s in a name? A products name is one of first thing consumers look for when making the decision to make a purchase. Brand recognition important in establishing and maintaining trust but the individual product name is what seals the deal. For that reason,...
What Is a RACC? Why Is It Important for an Accurate, FDA-Compliant Label? How do I Use the RACC to find the correct serving size for my product?

What Is a RACC? Why Is It Important for an Accurate, FDA-Compliant Label? How do I Use the RACC to find the correct serving size for my product?

What is a RACC? RACC stands for “Reference Amount Customarily Consumed” – in other words, how much an average person would be expected to eat in one sitting. It is used for a reference (or standard) when determining the serving size on food or beverage nutrition facts...