Food Labeling and Nutrition
DHHS. FDA. Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition.
FDA's Food Labeling program develops policy and regulations for dietary supplements, nutrition labeling and food standards, infant formula and medical foods. Also conducts scientific evaluation to support such regulations and related policy development.
Make Your Calories Count: Use the Nutrition Facts Label for Healthy Weight Management
DHHS. FDA. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
This interactive learning program helps consumers make healthy food choices while controlling calories. Also check out the "Nutrition Facts Label" (PDF|341 KB) brochure.
The Food Label and You - Video
U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
An entertaining and educational tool to help consumers understand and use the Nutrition Facts Label to make informed food choices.
General Information and Resources
Boost your knowledge of food labels and labeling terms, learn what health claims on labels mean, and find educational materials on how food labels can help in making the best food choices to promote good health.
Learn about USDA's National Organic Program, how organic food is produced, and what it means when foods are labeled as organic or containing organic ingredients.
Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to your questions by exploring FAQs from categories such as Diet and Disease, Dietary Guidance, Food Composition, Food Labeling, Weight Management, and more.