The Nutrient Rich Foods Coalition is in the final stages of assembling a new consumer tool that is similar in scope to programs like Guiding Stars and NuVal just now hitting supermarkets — yet different in that it compels shoppers to seek out foods based on nutrient density. “Traditional plans that emphasize nutrient avoidance are an approach that's failed. More Americans are overweight, but they're undernourished,” said Greg Miller, an executive vice president at the National Dairy ...

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