Next time you check the Nutrition Facts on the back of the box, you may see a change!
Food and Drug Administration announced nutrition labels will be receiving a change to make sure people are keeping a healthy diet.
Any manufacturers who sell more than $10 million in food a year will have until the year 2020 to adopt the new labels.
You'll see larger font size when it comes to the serving size and calories.
Serving sizes have also been adjusted to reflect how much people actually eat.
Packages that contain more than one serving, you'll see information for each serving and the whole package.
New labels will also show added sugars.
The FDA dietary guidelines recommend people consume less that 10 perfect of their daily calories from added sugar.
They also added Vitamin D and removed Vitamin A and C since Americans are lacking Vitamin D.
What do you think about this change?