The Nutrition Facts label was introduced 20 years ago and provides consumers with information about serving size, number of servings in a package, number of calories per serving and the amount of nutrients for each serving of a packaged food.
What does NF stand for?
NF stands for Nutrition Facts
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We have 27 other meanings of NF in our Acronym Attic
- Not Funny
- Notch Filter
- Nowa Fantastyka (Polish)
- Nuclear Factor
- Nuclear Fuel
- Nuclear Furnace
- Nuestra Familia (Our Family, prison gang)
- Number of Failures
- Nursing Facility
- Nut Free (food)
- Nuclear Fuels and Materials Department
- Neurofibromatosis Type 1
- Neurofibromatosis Type 2
- Non-Food Agro-Industrial Research Information Dissemination (European Commission)
- Nuclear Factor Erythroid 1
- Near Field to Far Field Transformation
- High Molecular Weight NeuroFilament Protein
- Nuclear Factor Kappa Beta
- Middle Molecular Weight Neurofilament Protein
- Nippon Foundation-Partnership for Observation of the Global Oceans
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Participants were presented with a front-of-package claim as well as a nutrition facts panel delineating fiber levels in the target product.
Each book holds 48 pages of nutrition facts and packs in contemporary color photos to accompany sidebars of at-a-glance detail, making these perfect for health collections and for leisure readers alike.
During presentations at the open session, FDA officials expressed their belief that a successful FOP labeling scheme should be widely adopted, standardized, grounded in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and capable of being used by a wide range of consumers--including those who may not use the Nutrition Facts panel.
Children's TV channel Cartoon Network and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have joined forces in a public education campaign aimed at encouraging children and 'tweens' to use the Nutrition Facts information on food labels to make healthier food choices.
To see if a product labeled "whole wheat" or "whole grain" is a good source of fiber, check the Nutrition Facts part of the label.
And a glance at the Nutrition Facts label shows no saturated or trans fat.