The Nat. Labeling a Educ. Act (NLEA) of 1990 a the final reg's. to implement the NLEA provide for a number of fundamental changes in how food is labeled, including requiring that nutrition labeling be placed on most foods, requiring that terms that characterize the level of nutrients in a food be used in accordance with established definitions, a providing for the use of claims about the relationship between nutrients a diseases. These changes apply to virtually all foods in the food supply, including those sold in restaurants. This publication provides guidance to facilitate compliance with the new reg's.Questions and Answers: A Guide for Restaurants and Other Retail Establishments DIANE Publishing Company ... What nutrient information sources can be used as a reasonable basis for determining the nutrient content of a restaurant food? ... from the manufacturer or may, in some cases, be provided on the fooda#39;s labeling.
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