Use this tool to look up a food and see the nutrition facts.
The % Daily Value (% DV) found on food labels can help you make wise food choices, such as foods high in calcium. The Nutrition Facts table on food labels has information on the nutrients and calories in a food. The Nutrition Facts table can help you see if a food provides 'a little' or 'a lot' of a nutrient. For example, 5% DV or less is a little and 15% or more is a lot. Read food labels and check the serving size and % DV to compare products and make the healthier choice.
Watch this video to learn more about reading food labels: How to read food label
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