NEW YORK -- Americans are not getting enough calcium in their diets, and cheese is one solution to that problem, according to a public relations program the National Cheese Institute, Washington, has just launched. The program, "Cheese: The Menu Star," is designed to show how cheese is a healthy, calcium-rich food despite its high fat content. The program stems in part from the new federally mandated nutrition labels that require fat content to be spelled out on packaged food products. The ...

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