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Mandatory Food Labeling
This paper discusses food and drug regulation in America.
# 98142 | 1,271 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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The paper looks at the history of food and drug regulation in America. The paper discusses how nutritionists and consumer advocates who support such legislation have their personal agendas involved. The paper examines the struggle over food labeling and shows how even something seemingly objective, like caloric content or freedom from artificial pesticides, can be subject to political influences.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • "Guide to Nutrition Labeling and Education Act (NLEA) Requirements." (Aug 1994).FDA. Editorial Changes Feb 1995. Retrieved 18 Mar 2007 at
  • "How to Read USDA Organic Labels." (2007) Organic Trade Association.
  • Law, Marc. (12 Oct 2004) "History of Food and Drug Regulation in the United States." EH.Net Encyclopedia. Edited by Robert Whaples. Retrieved 18 Mar 2007 at
  • Wilkening, Virginian L. (1993) "FDA's regulations to implement the NLEA - NutritionLabeling and Education Act." Nutrition Today. Retrieved 18 Mar 2007 at

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