USDA Unveils New MyPlate Nutritional Campaign
By MATTHEW ENIS In Uune, the U.S. department of Agriculture introduced a much-heralded new educational tool to encourage healthy eating. The new “MyPlate” icon, featuring a dinner plate divided into four segments representing fruits, vegetables, proteins and grains, is intended to be “a simple, visual icon that sends a message about what should be on people’s plates,” USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack explained during a press conference held to ...
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