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New Less Confusing Nutrition Labels Coming

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration took a major step in making sure consumers have updated nutritional information for most packaged foods sold in the United States. NBC's Chris Pollone reports calorie and sugar content will be featured much more predominantly.