Raw fruits, vegetables, and fish are exempt from nutrition fact labeling. Foods that contain insignificant amounts (insignificant means it can be listed as zero) of all required nutrients (foods that fall under this exemption include tea, coffee, food coloring, etc.).
Foods that are Exempt From Labeling Requirements: The retail establishment must include the ingredients listing on a card or sign, if not on the bulk container itself. Ingredients that are added to a food for an effect in processing but are present in the finished product at insignificant levels.