Starting today, raw meat sold at grocers must carry a nutrition label with information including calories, calories from fat and the level of protein, cholesterol, saturated fat, sodium and iron. "It's the kind of information that consumers are asking for, and we just think it's about helping people make their own best choices by having the information that they need," said Dr. Elisabeth Hagen, the USDA's undersecretary for food safety.
Rule that requires grocers to label meat takes effect
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