We’ve improved our Product Listings and Product Detail Pages with our new, easy-to-identify nutritional icon system. Products with key nutritional attributes such as low-fat, low-sodium, or vegetarian will now be listed on our website with these helpful icons to help you get the key nutritional information you need fast.
Contains 100 calories or less per serving.
Servings of Fruit or Vegetables
Contains at least one serving (1/2 cup equivalent) of fruit, vegetables, or a combination of both.
Meets strict FDA standards for gluten free labeling. Contains ≤ 20 parts per million gluten per serving.
Good Fiber Source
Provides at least 3 grams (at least 10% of the daily value) of fiber per serving.
Contains no more than 3 g of fat,1 gram saturated fat (and ≤ 15% of calories from saturated fat), 60 mg cholesterol if contains meat (20 mg if meatless), and 480 mg sodium per serving. Provides a good source (10% of the daily value) of one of these nutrients: protein, fiber, iron, calcium, potassium or vitamin A, C, or D.
Contains 3 grams or less of fat per serving.
Contains 140 mg or less of sodium per serving.
Contains 480 mg or less of sodium per serving.
Contains no meat, poultry, fish, or seafood. May contain milk, eggs, and/or other dairy products.
Does not contain any ingredients of animal origin including meat, poultry, fish, seafood, milk, eggs, and/or other dairy products.
At least 50% of grains in the product are whole. Contains at least 8 grams of whole grains per serving.
Contains ≤ 20 mg cholesterol, 410 mg sodium, 3 g of fat fat, and 1 gram saturated fat (and ≤ 15% of calories from saturated fat) per serving. Provides a good source (10% of the daily value) of one of these nutrients: protein, fiber, iron, calcium, potassium or vitamin A, C, or E from food sources, not fortification.
Meets USDA’s strict standards for a product to be labeled “organic.” Qualifies to use the USDA organic seal or another organic certifying agency’s seal on the label.