High Omega-3 Fatty Acid Hot Dog

A hot dog made from grass-fed beef is advertised as high in omega-3 fatty acids. 


In order to make a claim of “high in omega-3 fatty acids” there would first need to be a defined Daily Value (DV) for omega-3 fatty acids (there isn’t) or the manufacturer must reference an approved authoritative statement (they don’t); and one serving of the product would need to provide at least 20% of that amount; and the product’s Nutrition Facts would need to show the amount of omega-3 fatty acids in one serving (it doesn’t). Claims must be allowed and backed up.

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