2012 could be the Year of the Label. As public policy groups, health advocates and food industry stakeholders themselves talk up the idea of a single national nutrition rating system, the coming year promises to bring all sorts of new labels that emphasize education, though they could also cause more confusion in a marketplace already cluttered with logos. Among the most anticipated is an extension of the Natural Product Association's certified label to cover fresh foods and grocery ...

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