Nutrition Facts

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A nutrition facts table can also be used to: 1 learn about a food’s nutritional value (calories and nutrients) 2 see if a food contains a little (5% DV or less) or a lot (15% DV or more) of a nutrient 3 compare 2 products to make informed food choices 4 better manage special food needs such as a low-sodium diet More …

How to Understand and Use the Nutrition Facts Label. 1 1. Serving Information. (#1 on sample label) When looking at the Nutrition Facts label, first take a look at the number of servings in the package … 2 2. Calories. 3 3. Nutrients. 4 4. The Percent Daily Value (%DV)

However, here is a list of some of the nutrients that are optional to include: By law, most packaged food in Canada must have a nutrition facts table. However, the following foods do not need to have a nutrition facts table: Other exceptions include: You will not find a nutrition facts table on foods that contain very few nutrients, such as:

Nutrition Facts

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