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Bud Light is going to tell you how many calories and carbs are in each beer

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In an interview with the Associated Press, Bud Light vice president of marketing Andy Goeler said that the move is an attempt by the beer company to “be transparent.”

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Cawley said it's telling that a light beer would be the most forthcoming about its ingredients and nutrition information.

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Many brands, including Corona Light, Guinness, Heineken and Coors Light, already have calories and other nutrition information on their bottles or packaging.

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However, the bottles and cans themselves won’t actually list out all of the nutrition information.

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Goeler said he didn't know when other brands owned by Bud Light parent Anheuser-Busch — including Michelob and Stella Artois — would adopt bigger nutrition labels.

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Starting in February, Bud Light will add larger nutrition labels to its packaging that will tell people about the beer’s ingredients and its nutrition facts, the Associated Press is reporting.

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In 2016, many of the world’s largest beer makers agreed to voluntarily list nutrition information on their packaging by 2020.

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Starting next month, packages of Bud Light will have prominent labels showing the beer’s calories and ingredients as well as the amount of fat, carbohydrates and protein in a serving.

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Bud Light is adding prominent nutrition labels to its beer packaging

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Many other beer brands, including Heineken and Guinness, list nutrition information with their beers.

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Individual bottles and cans of Bud Light won’t have the full labels, but they’ll continue to have some nutrition information printed in small type.

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