SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Drawing the attention of first-graders and the Food and Drug Administration alike are systems that gauge nutritional value. This fall, Hy-Vee will educate first- and second-graders about the NuVal system it uses to rate the healthiness of foods on a scale of 1 to 100. The FDA will likewise facilitate at-a-glance nutrition education by developing a voluntary front-of-pack labeling system for adoption by manufacturers. Efforts are also expanding beyond the store's ...
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