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In her view, the most glaring is the absence of a requirement listing a daily-recommended value for sugar. While labels in the US have been rigidly regulated since the early s, the same level of uniformity was only recently introduced in Europe. Last December, the EU passed a comprehensive provision on the required content and presentation of nutrition labels, which will become mandatory in December For slightly over a year, mandatory labeling requirements will remain far more flexible than they are in the US — in fact, in the EU, nutrition labels are still technically voluntary.

The provision includes minimum font size for mandatory information, a standard presentation of allergens and required nutritional information. Perhaps the largest discrepancy between the two systems how they communicate calories and other nutritional information to consumers.

The scale is tipped to the cracker A side as it has a larger serving size in weight than cracker B. Together, these images show that crackers A and B are hard to compare when the weight of the serving sizes are different. Below this are the Nutrition Facts tables of the second two cracker box images illustrating the situation under the new criteria, the serving size of crackers A is listed as "Per 6 crackers open parenthesis, 21 lowercase g, close parenthesis" and the serving size of crackers B is listed as "Per 11 crackers open parenthesis, 19 lowercase g, close parenthesis".

The scale is balanced as a serving of crackers A and B have very similar weights. Together, these images show that crackers A and B are easier to compare when the weight of the serving sizes are very close.

For example, the serving size on a bag of bread will show 2 slices of bread and its weight in grams. This reflects that most people eat 2 slices of bread at one time. This will make it easier for you to compare different types of bread. Shown here are four images of loaves of bread, each showing a mock-up of the top portion of a Nutrition Facts table.

In the Nutrition Facts tables of the first two images of loaves of bread illustrating the original situation, the serving size of bread A is listed as "Per 1 slice open parenthesis, 45 lowercase g, close parenthesis" and the serving size of bread B is listed as "Per 2 slices open parenthesis, 76 lowercase g, close parenthesis".

One thick slice appears below bread A and two thin slices appear below bread B. Together, these images show that the serving sizes of breads A and B are hard to compare when they are based on a different number of slices. Below this are the Nutrition Facts tables of the second two images of loaves of bread illustrating the situation under the new criteria, the serving size of bread A is listed as "Per 2 slices open parenthesis, 90 lowercase g, close parenthesis" and the serving size of bread B is listed as "Per 2 slices open parenthesis, 76 lowercase g, close parenthesis".

Two thick slices appears below bread A and two thin slices appear below bread B. Together, these images show that the serving sizes of breads A and B are easier to compare when they are based on the same number of slices. Shown here are two images of the Nutrition Facts table. The one on the left is the original Nutrition Facts table. The one on the right is the new Nutrition Facts table.

There is explanatory text outside of the new Nutrition Facts table table, on the right side, with arrows pointing to the new changes to sugars information within the table. Following is a description of the original Nutrition Facts table. Next is a description of the new Nutrition Facts table, which is pictured beside the original Nutrition Facts table.

There is text shown outside of the table to the right. First, there is an arrow pointing to the sugars line which is circled within the table. At the bottom right, there is an arrow pointing to the percent Daily Value footnote which is circled within the table. New footnote to help interpret the percent symbol Daily Value. There are two ingredient lists shown in the image.

On the left is an example of the original list of ingredients. On the right is the new format for the list of ingredients. The sugars sources are circled in red in each list.

The ingredient list on the left is contained within a grey box outlined by a black rule. All of the text within the box is black and in capital letters. A comma separates each ingredient in the list. There are 4 lines of text that run horizontally within the box.

The first line starts with the word ingredients, followed by a colon. This is followed on the same line by the words flour, followed by comma, followed by fancy molasses, followed by comma, followed by vegetable oil.

The next line starts with the word shortening followed by comma, followed by brown sugar, followed by comma followed by liquid whole egg, followed by comma, followed by sugar.

The next line starts with the word salt, followed by a comma, followed by sodium bicarbonate, followed by comma, followed by spices, followed by comma, followed by colour. The last line in the box starts with the word Contains, followed by a colon, followed by the word wheat, followed by comma, followed by egg. The ingredient list on the right is contained within a white box outlined by a black rule.

There are 3 lines of text that runs horizontally within the box. This is followed on the same line by Sugars, open parentheses, fancy molasses followed by comma, followed by brown sugar, followed by comma, followed by sugar, close parentheses. The next line starts with shortening followed by a bullet, followed by Liquid whole egg, followed by a bullet, followed by Salt, followed by a bullet, followed by Sodium bicarbonate, followed by a bullet, followed by Spices, followed by a bullet, followed by Allura red.

The "sugars, open parentheses, fancy molasses, followed by comma, followed by brown sugar, followed by comma, followed by sugar, close parentheses" text is circled in red.

You will not receive a reply. Skip to main content Skip to "About this site". On this page Nutrition facts table List of ingredients Serving size Sugars information For more information. Nutrition facts table The changes to the nutrition facts table include: Nutrition facts table changes. List of ingredients The changes to the list of ingredients include: Image description — List of ingredients Figure 2 Shown here is the image of the new look for the list of ingredients.

Serving size Changes to serving size will better reflect the amount that Canadians eat in one sitting. Serving sizes will also be more consistent, making it easier to: Foods in single serving containers. Image description — Foods in single serving containers Figure 3 Shown here are two images of a mL milk carton, each showing a mock-up of the top portion of a Nutrition Facts table.

For multi-serve packages, serving sizes are based on the type of food, such as: The following examples show how serving size will appear depending on the type of food product. Foods that can be measured For foods that can be measured, like yogurt, the serving size will be shown as a common household measurement, such as: Foods that can be measured.

Image description — Foods that can be measured Figure 4 Shown here are four images of large tubs of yogurt, each showing a mock-up of the top portion of a Nutrition Facts table.

Foods that come in pieces or are divided For foods that come in pieces like crackers, or are divided into pieces before eating like lasagna, the serving size will be shown as either: Foods that come in pieces or are divided.

Image description — Foods that come in pieces or are divided Figure 5 Shown here are four images of cracker boxes, each showing a mock-up of the top portion of a Nutrition Facts table. Amounts of foods that are typically eaten. Image description — Amounts of foods that are typically eaten Figure 6 Shown here are four images of loaves of bread, each showing a mock-up of the top portion of a Nutrition Facts table. Sugars information The changes to sugars include those in the: Image description — Sugars information Figure 7 Shown here are two images of the Nutrition Facts table.

Image description — List of ingredients — sugars Figure 8 There are two ingredient lists shown in the image. The terms fancy molasses, brown sugar, and sugar are circled in red in this list of ingredients. Report a problem or mistake on this page.

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