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1. Talk to your kids about the nutrition facts label (id:1759410)

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2. The decline in consumer use of food nutrition labels, 1995-2006 (id:20604)

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3. Cosmetics, body care products, and personal care products (id:47262)

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4. Labeling of textiles under National Organic Program (NOP) regulations (id:46198)

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5. Organic labeling and marketing information (id:46193)

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6. Spot the block : dishin' the nutrition : get your food facts first (id:1759429)

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7. Spot the block for snacks! (id:1759408)

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8. Spot the block tween tips : easy ways to spot the block (id:1759406)

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9. Spot the block ¡para los refrigerios! (id:1759409)

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10. The decline in consumer use of food nutrition labels, 1995-2006 (id:20579)

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11. Utilice los datos de la etiqueta de nutrición (id:1759306)

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12. How to use the nutrition facts label (id:1759300)

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13. Eating healthier and feeling better using the nutrition facts label (id:1759365)

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14. The National Organic Program impact of Harvey v. Johanns and restoring the NOP to pre-lawsuit status (id:28869)

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15. Trans fats on the nutrition label (id:1759360)

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16. A key to choosing healthful foods : using the nutrition facts on the food label (id:1759395)

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17. Nutrition labeling in the food-away-from-home sector : an economic assessment (id:19863)

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18. Country-of-origin labeling : theory and observation (id:34814)

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19. Economics of food labeling (id:38373)

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20. Consumer use of information : implications for food policy (id:CAT10876884)