General Mills, Kellogg to put symbols on packaging

09/10/2007 | Forbes · Oregonian (Portland), The

General Mills and Kellogg will begin putting symbols that represent nutrition information on their breakfast cereal boxes as part of the growing use of logos to steer grocery shoppers toward nutritious food choices. The FDA has invited food companies to share how front-label symbols can improve public health. PepsiCo and Hannaford Bros. Co. are using their own methods to characterize nutrition content.

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