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New study reveals who reads Nutrition Facts labels

Findings indicate consumers are missing out on important dietary info

A Nutrition Facts label can relay vital information to a customer by helping them reduce sodium, fat, sugar or calories, but only if a customer reads them. And a new study from the University of Minnesota's School of Public Health and Medical School reveals only about one-third of young adults report frequent use of Nutrition Facts labels.

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