After several years of planning, Topco Associates is poised to begin licensing and implementing the Overall Nutritional Quality Index, developed by a team of nutrition scientists at Yale University. As a universal, objective nutrient-evaluation program, retailers will be able for the first time to help their customers cut through the often-conflicting information they find on product packaging and in advertisements. “ONQI will allow shoppers to quickly and easily select products ...

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