NLEA Serving

An NLEA Serving is a standardized serving size that arose from the U.S. government's Nutrition Labeling and Education Act. The NLEA regulations are governed by the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration), and restrict the typical serving size that can be claimed on a U.S. Nutrition Facts label.

The intent of this regulation is to deter food manufacturers from misleading the public by using serving sizes that are unrealistically small or large. Food manufacturers must now report serving sizes that are reasonably close to the NLEA standard. This standard is different for each type of food, and applies to virtually all foods except meats.

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