Beer Is About to Get Nutrition Labels

Usually bear doesn't have a nutirion label and you can know its content only if you explore it in lab. Some of your favorite brews are going to change this.

Related: How to read food labels: buy truly healthy products

The Beer Institute, an industry group made up of many major beer makers, announced that they would provide labels to include calorie, carbohydrate, protein, fat, and alcohol by volume (ABV) information on beer labels. They established the Brewer’s Voluntary Disclosure Initiative which will include the date of production, along with a list of ingredients on the label itself, on the packaging, on a website, or via a QR code.

Moreover, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) starts to requir alcoholic beverages to have a separate calorie count on restaurant menus.

Related: Drinking Alcohol May Lead to 7 Types of Cancer

Of course, we can't claim that all beer will have nutrition labels because currently it is not a law. But a lot of famouse American brewers as Anheuser-Busch, MillerCoors, HeinekenUSA, Constellation Brands Beer Division, North American Breweries and Craft Brew Alliance agreed to comply with the guidelines by end of 2020.

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