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Regulators must first admit defeat on nutrition labels to improve

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Richard Williams writes on the need to reform food nutrition labels, much as Canada has recently done. Read the article on The Hill.

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Richard Williams writes on the need to reform food nutrition labels, much as Canada has recently done.

Read the article on The Hill.

Richard Williams
Richard Williams is vice president for policy research, director of the Regulatory Studies Program, and a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He is an expert in benefit-cost analysis and risk analysis, particularly associated with food safety and nutrition.

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