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CN Labels & Product Formulation Statements: Hands-On Practice


Saturday Summit presented October 3, 2020

1 hour credited CEUs

When should you request a CN Label or PFS? Is the crediting documentation for your product acceptable? Get clarity on common issues related to inaccurate or misleading product documentation. USDA will provide guidance on accepting documentation for meal pattern requirements and share sample Product Formulation Statements and CN Labels. Learn how to assess crediting documentation using sample CN Labels and Product Formulation Statements.

Presented by:

Nutrition and Technical Assistance Branch USDA Food and Nutrition Service

Kaushalya Heendeniya, MS, RD

Anne Garceau, MS, RDN

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