Word on the Street: Nutrition labels on most foods are getting a makeover

First lady Michelle Obama and the Food and Drug Administration are behind a number of proposed changes that are expected to highlight calories and added

Most viewers think updated labels will help them make more informed, healthy choices.

Most viewers think updated labels will help them make more informed, healthy choices. (2/27/14)

BROOKLYN - First lady Michelle Obama and the Food and Drug Administration are behind a number of proposed changes that are expected to highlight calories and added sugars.

Serving sizes would also be updated to better represent the portions people typically eat.

Most Brooklyn viewers say they think the revamped labels will help everyone make more informed, healthy choices at the grocery store.

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