WASHINGTON — The Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation has pledged to reduce 1.5 trillion calories by the end of 2015. As an interim step toward this goal, HWCF will seek to reduce calories by 1 trillion in 2012. Participating companies will do so by developing and introducing lower-calorie options, changing recipes where possible to lower the calorie content of current products, or reducing portion sizes of existing single-serve products. It’s all part of a new agreement between HWCF and ...
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