Critics say "Smart Choices" label program is too lenient

09/28/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The "Smart Choices" label program adopted by major food makers places a green check mark on foods that meet certain criteria for healthfulness. But critics say the standards are too lax, allowing products including Froot Loops, Lunchables Chicken Dunks and Fruit Roll-Ups Crazy Pix to qualify.

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