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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.

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

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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