Identifying nutrient content with traffic-light colors works best

05/7/2009 | FoodNavigator

Combining the U.K.'s guidance daily amount with a system that uses traffic-light colors to identify high, medium and low nutrient levels on food labels would be the most effective method, according to research.

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