If you’re thinking about using LabelCalc to create your nutrition facts panels, you might be interested to know what our end products look like. We’ve highlighted five FDA-approved formats that your nutrition label can have—each of which is fully compliant, yet customizable to fit your specific packaging needs. As a LabelCalc customer, you can download your recipe label as many times as you wish and in any of the following layouts.
As per usual with the FDA, labeling requirements are changing in the upcoming year (2018). Thankfully, these changes mainly involve simple formatting and font sizing shifts. For your convenience, the same analysis from your LabelCalc account can be produced on a label that meets the current 2017 options or the 2018 requirements. Here, we show both the current label formats and nutrient calculations, alongside the new 2018 label formats and revised nutrient listing required in May 2018:
Note: Manufacturers will need to use the new label by July 26, 2018. However, manufacturers with less than $10 million in annual food sales will have an additional year to comply.