• according to the food code, proper food labels should not contain:

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  • -False or misleading information -The use of substandard grade designations -Statements that are not truthful, such as false health claims -Italicized, capitalized, bolded, underlined typeface, or other means of emphasising certain words which draw attention away from required label information -Allergen information not required by the code (i.e. not related to specific allergens) -Cursing or profane language

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      Paul Skinner

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