What are your nutritional claims based on (i.e. Low Calorie, Low Saturated Fat, Low Cholesterol, & Low Sodium)?
I label my dishes according to the food labeling guidelines set by the FDA. These guidelines specifically define how you can label food (such as "free", "reduced/less", and "low").
|40 calories or less per RACC* (and per 50g if RACC is small)|
Meals and main dishes: 120 calories or less per 100g
|1g or less per RACC* and 15% or less of calories from saturated fat|
Meals and main dishes: 1g or less per 100g and less than 10% of calories from saturated fat
|20mg or less per RACC* (and per 50g of food if RACC* is small)|
Meals and main dishes: 20mg or less per 100g
|140mg or less per RACC* (and per 50g if RACC* is small)|
Meals and main dishes: 140mg or less per 100g
|(Not listed on the FDA site) Marks meals and main dishes that are under 500 calories|
|(Not listed on the FDA site) Marks appetizers, snacks, & desserts that are under 100 calories|
To find a complete listing of food in each category, please click the links below:
Low Saturated Fat
Meals & Main courses under 500 calories
Appetizers, Snacks, & Desserts under 100 calories