Olive oil, pasta and other foods associated with the Mediterranean will get, quite literally, a stamp of approval from the same nutrition group that left a mark on the whole grains industry. Later this year, Oldways Preservation Trust plans to introduce the “Med Mark,” an icon the size of a postage stamp that will appear on packages of foods that meet the guidelines of the Mediterranean diet set out by Oldways. Although it hasn't been finalized, the official symbol will include the image of ...

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