Calorie content will be the largest number on the labels. In one proposal, the content will include a box titled "avoid too much," with the intention of steering people away from high intake of nutrients such as saturated fats, sugars, and sodium. Another box, titled "get enough," may help consumers eat more foods with high amounts of nutrients like fiber and vitamin D.
The changes have not been agreed upon, and it may take up to a year for these labels to hit store shelves.
Article: Food labels to get first makeover in 20 years with new emphasis on calories, sugar