I read this article over the weekend that had me in a full blown-360-degree-eye-roll...
“If you put on a meaningful portion size, it would scare a lot of people...”
To summarize, the FDA would like to increase common serving sizes to give consumers a more accurate idea of how much they are actually consuming...because most people don't read past the "serving size = calorie amount" to see that the serving size might be painfully small.
This excerpt caused me to almost snort my coffee all over my keyboard:
If the serving size for cookies rose to two ounces, from one ounce, for instance, some consumers might think the government was telling them it was fine to eat more.