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Relationships among Food Label Use, Motivation, and Dietary Quality
Nutrition information on packaged foods supplies information that aids consumers in meeting the recommendations put forth in the US Dietary Guidelines for Americans such as reducing intake of solidExpand
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Launching a new food product or dietary supplement in the United States: industrial, regulatory, and nutritional considerations.
Launching a new food/dietary supplement into the US market can be a confusing process to those unfamiliar with the food industry. Industry capability and product specifications are initialExpand
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Tracking Label Claims
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Misunderstanding of Front-Of-Package Nutrition Information on US Food Products
Front-of-package nutrition symbols (FOPs) are presumably readily noticeable and require minimal prior nutrition knowledge to use. Although there is evidence to support this notion, few studies haveExpand
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The regulatory process to revise nutrient labeling relative to the Dietary Reference Intakes.
The Nutrition Labeling and Education Act of 1990--an amendment to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act--paved the way for significant changes in the labeling of foods, nutrient content, andExpand
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Using Discipline Data to Enhance Equity in School Discipline
There is a longstanding and pressing challenge regarding overuse of exclusionary discipline (e.g., office discipline referrals, suspensions) for students of color and students with disabilities.Expand
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The Perceptions of Teachers in a K-8 School on the Implementation and Impact of Culturally Responsive-Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (CR-PBIS)
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