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 interpretive system with stars or checks to indicate which products are best.

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