FOOD INDUSTRY, NUTRITION ORGANIZATIONS WEIGH IN ON UPDATED FOOD PYRAMID s last month submitted comments and requests to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion regarding its planned 2005 update of the Food Guide Pyramid. The American Dietetic Association said consumers have a fundamental misunderstanding of serving sizes described by the pyramid, while the Partnership for Essential Nutrition said it failed to illustrate how Americans should prioritize ...
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