Industry, health advocates struggle to agree on nutrition labels

12/27/2011 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

The U.S. has found it difficult to create a simple nutrition labeling system to help consumers choose healthy foods, despite years of research and multiple approaches. While food manufacturers support the "Facts Up Front" label program, health care advocates want a more interpretative system with stars or checks to indicate which products are best.

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