Food Labels

Labeling Organic Products

USDA. AMS. National Organic Program.

Learn about organic foods, requirements, and how they are labeled.


Changes to the Nutrition Facts Label

DHHS. Food and Drug Administration.

Read about the changes to the Nutrition Facts Label announced in May of 2016.


Learn About the Nutrition Facts Label

DHHS. Food and Drug Administration.

Find out how the Nutrition Facts Label can help you make healthier food choices.


Using the Nutrition Facts Label: A How-To Guide for Older Adults

DHHS. Food and Drug Administration.

The Nutrition Facts label serves as your guide for making choices that can affect your long-term health. This booklet will give you the information you need to start using the Nutrition Facts label today.


MedlinePlus: Food Labeling

DHHS. NIH. Library of Medicine.

Learn about the information provided by a food label. Also in Spanish.


The Food Label and You - Video

DHHS. Food and Drug Administration.

Understand and use the Nutrition Facts Label with the educational and entertaining tool.


Nutrition Facts Label Programs and Materials

DHHS. FDA. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.

Find education materials that make it easy to understand and use the Nutrition Facts Label including:


What's in a Name? What Every Consumer Should Know About Foods and Flavors

DHHS. FDA. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.

Many foods or beverages are flavored—but how can you tell where those flavors come from?


Trans Fat Now Listed With Saturated Fat and Cholesterol on the Nutrition Facts Label

DHHS. FDA. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.

Describes the inclusion of trans fats into the food label, the different types of fats on the label and how to compare the fat in different food products. Also in Spanish.


Use the Nutrition Facts Label

DHHS. NIH. National Heart Lung and Blood Institute.

Learn how to use the Nutrition Facts label found on food packages to make smarter food choices.