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VELVETMERLIN Posts: 229
4/9/13 9:40 P

I noticed this too, and it can be frustrating. Packages are also getting smaller and they are changing serving sizes, so I'm sure that has something to do with it too.

Sometimes the way I write can come across the wrong way. I apologize if I offend anyone. I also have a habit of writing LOOOOOOOONG posts. Again, my apologies.
DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,529
4/9/13 3:14 P

A food company will change the ingredients for many reasons:
--an ingredient's availability
--the cost of an ingredient
--consumer preference
etc, etc

SP Dietitian Becky

SIMPLYDEVINE1 Posts: 358
4/9/13 3:03 P

As I venture back into my healthier lifestyle I have been doing more label reading again. I am starting to notice that labels, for the same product/brand, are not necessarily consistent. Foods that I have eaten and logged a while back (years) have now changed some of the nutritional values. I am confused about this and why products change in nutrition (sometimes for the worse).

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