Do you find food nutrition labels confusing?
But is the information on food labels already too confusing?
The federal government clearly thinks so. A food nutrition labeling education campaign is being launched, all pointing to a guide on nutrition labels developed by the federal government and Canada's food industry.
Health minister Leona Aglukkaq is banking that the education campaign will help fight rising obesity rates, particularly in young people.
"Healthy eating at an early age is an important part of preventing childhood and adult obesity, and this campaign will help more Canadians use nutrition labeling information to make healthier choices when buying packaged food," Aglukkaq said.