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How do I read nutrition labels to know what option is the best choice?
Reading food labels can be very overwhelming. After all, with limited time and most dinner decisions made after 4 pm on the same day, shoppers want to get in and out of the grocery stores quickly.
Example Soup Label: what is different?
Start at the top of the label
All nutrients below represent a single portion
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