What started out as a regional supermarket chain's food rating system is on its way to becoming a national nutrition education tool used not only by other retailers, but also by educational institutions and other markets. Following on the heels of just-launched partnerships with a school district and college in Maine, Guiding Stars is now rolling out in three dining halls at the University of New Hampshire. About 1,200 of a planned 4,000 prepared meals, snacks, salad bar and grab-and-go ...

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