Food companies have mixed reactions to new labeling rules

03/29/2004 | NYTimes.com

Walnut companies were happy when the FDA allowed them to list the health benefits of walnuts on their package labels, but changed their minds when the government allowed only language one industry spokesperson called "not very meaningful." After years of pressure and lawsuits, the FDA is more open to allowing health claims to be printed on food labels, but some companies worry that such weak wording will not resonate with customers.

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