Dispelling Diet Myths. Joan G. Lytle, FDA NJ Public Affairs Specialist March 31, 2007. Confronting the Nation’s Obesity Problem (FDA Task Force)…. Focus on Food Labels “Calories Count” Campaign Working Cooperatively . Combat Obesity (“ Make Your Calories Count ”). Informative Labeling.
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Joan G. Lytle, FDA
NJ Public Affairs Specialist
March 31, 2007
Focus on Food Labels
“Calories Count” Campaign
Combat Obesity (“ Force)…Make Your Calories Count”)
Informative LabelingFDA’s Two Highest Priorities
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