Like it or not, calorie counts are coming to restaurant menus, convenience store sandwiches and more as the Food and Drug Administration announced new calorie labeling rules on Tuesday.
Colorado ballots frequently are stacked with ballot measures that can change government as dramatically as any elected official. This midterm election is no exception.
Farms and fields dominate Colorado ads opposing a ballot measure to require labels on some foods that have been genetically modified, with farmers telling voters the labels will damage their businesses.
A national debate over food items containing genetically modified ingredients is headed to Colorado’s Capitol.
Those who get confused at the grocery store looking at the nutrition labels on food items are not alone — the government admits they can be confusing. Now there’s a call for change.