New FDA Yogurt Standard Signals Focus On Nutrition Goals

By Suzie Trigg, Steven Armstrong and Tony Subketkaew (June 30, 2021, 4:48 PM EDT) -- In June, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration advanced its three-year-old Nutrition Innovation Strategy, publishing its final rule establishing a modernized standard of identity for yogurt.[1]

The rule emerged as part of the FDA's NIS, a sweeping set of nutrition initiatives by which the FDA aims, in part, to encourage manufacturers to make healthier foods that can help consumers achieve their nutritional goals and avoid chronic disease.

The effort was also overdue, as the FDA was in part responding to a petition filed by the National Yogurt Association over two decades ago[2] and finalizing a proposed rule issued in 2009.[3]...

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