Glossary & FAQ


  • Fat Free: A term used to describe food that does not contain any vegetable or animal fats. For more details, visit the FDA website.
  • Gluten-Free: This refers to a diet that is completely free of ingredients derived from gluten-containing cereals, including wheat, barley, rye, malts, triticale, as well as gluten used as a food additive. Learn more at the FDA website.
  • Low Fat: This term is used to describe a food or style of cooking that contains very little butter, oil, or other fat. Usually, it means the food has three grams of fat or less per serving. For more details, check the FDA website.

For a full list of ingredient definitions, visit this blog post.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)