Article: FDA Revising Nutrition Facts Label

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    Teaspoon idea is ridiculous.
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    I agree. If you don't know what a gram is, stop playing candy crush for 5 min and look it up.
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    That and all teaspoons aren't the same unless you use an actual measuring teaspoon.
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    Originally Posted by badsnatch View Post
    Teaspoon idea is ridiculous.
    I agree, I hope that one doesn't happen. I can imagine most of us calorie counters would hate that.
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    Nothing wrong with the labels now.
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    Originally Posted by blacklac View Post
    I agree, I hope that one doesn't happen. I can imagine most of us calorie counters would hate that.
    I absolutely would. I love grams, so easy to use a scale and be done with it. The teaspoon idea is absolutely ludicrous.
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    Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    Nothing wrong with the labels now.
    I guess it's just too much effort for people to educate themselves. They want to be "spoonfed" everything. Pun intended ;)
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    Originally Posted by Misfit28 View Post
    I guess it's just too much effort for people to educate themselves. They want to be "spoonfed" everything. Pun intended ;)
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    Hmmm let's see reward dip ****z that don't want to work CHECK, sell alcohol and tobacco though it kills people by the second CHECK, remove the one true measurable source so no one can realize they are eating to much CHECK thought process: HOW CAN WE KILL OFF PEOPLE FASTER? I understand it will make it "easier" to label in tspoons for those aren't willing to take the time to buy a scale and measure it. My motto is if your not willing to work for it you don't deserve it. After all "rewarding lazy people IS the American way" -live to lift
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    Well, I signed up to be alerted when the changes are officially proposed so that I can make a comment during the consumer input period.

    It's worth trying to make sure that all voices are heard, but not sure if it will make a difference.
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