Tag Archives: EU Nutrition Label

Calorie Calculation by Country

How you calculate Calories for your food product depends largely on where you will sell your product and the laws governing the food labeling in that country or region. This blog will cover the Calorie calculation methods used in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and the European Union. [clear]

Calorie Calculations in the United States

In the U.S., there are six...
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How Carbs Are Calculated in Different Countries

Does carbohydrate include fiber? The answer is yes… and no! It depends on where you live. By the dictionary definition, carbohydrate is chemically composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen and is generally made up of sugars, starch, and fiber. When carbohydrate is listed in food composition tables, or on Nutrition Facts panels, however there are several international...
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European Union Label Regulations

The food manufacturing industry has been bombarded with new and proposed labeling regulatory changes in the United States, Canada, and European Union. And, as luck would have it, none of the labels are interchangeable. EU Nutrition Information Label The European Union Commission recently reworked the nutrition label for...
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