WASHINGTON - The Center for Science in the Public Interest is calling on the Food and Drug Administration to develop a national set of symbols that consumers can easily use to identify healthful foods. Various CPG companies like Kraft and PepsiCo have developed their own icons and rating criteria over the past few years, but CSPI argued the growing number of independent initiatives can easily confuse or even mislead consumers, since the programs rely on a variety of nutritional standards in ...

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