Helpful US FDA Nutrition Labeling Resources
- FDA Industry Resources and FAQs
- New RACC Documentation
- RACC Reference Amount Table
- New Label Documentation
- ESHA New Label Blog Series
ESHA Webinar Series
New FDA Nutrition Facts Labels | Part 1
Overview of What's Changed in Genesis R&D
ESHA Webinar Series Part 1 of 3 will focus on the new features in Genesis R&D Version 11.1 including the new FDA Nutrition Facts labels. We will also cover how Genesis will handle the new Fiber definition, Added Sugars, Vitamin D, Potassium, and more.
New FDA Nutrition Facts Labels | Part 2
FDA Label Nutrients, What's Changed?
The final rules have implemented a number of significant changes to the Nutrition Facts labels. ESHA Webinar Series Part 2 of 3 will cover many of the nutrient DV changes including Dietary Fiber, Added Sugar, Vitamin D, and Potassium.
New FDA Nutrition Facts Labels | Part 3
Best Practices for Transitioning to the New Label
ESHA Webinar Series Part 3 of 3 will go over user best practices for transitioning from the pre-existing labels to the new label formats.
ESHA Blog Series
FDA Nutrition Facts Label Nutrient Changes Part 2
Sodium, Total Carbohydrate, Niacin, and Biotin have all experienced decreases in the %DV. Click here to view a short summary of the nutrients whose DVs have decreased.
FDA Nutrition Facts Label Nutrient Changes Part 1
The final rules have implemented a number of significant changes to the Nutrition and Supplement Facts labels. To view a short summary that covers new nutrients, increases in Daily Value (DV), and unit of measure changes, click here.
Q: Why am I Not Seeing Dietary Fiber on My Label in Genesis?
A: When switching from the pre-existing Nutrition Facts label to the new 2016 Nutrition Facts label in Genesis R&D, it is likely that you are going to see some missing values, like Dietary Fiber, click here to learn why.