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VERIFY | Are nutrition labels accurate?


VERIFY | Are nutrition labels accurate?
WKYC-TV

There's a curveball out there for those looking to count calories and shed a few pounds. An online blog is claiming nutrition labels branded onto food products are legally allowed to be 'off' by 20%. Is the blog right? Can they do that and be off by

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