SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Delhaize America’s Guiding Stars program incorporates various positive and negative factors into its proprietary nutrition-rating algorithm, which awards products with one star (good), two stars (better) or three stars (best) — or no stars at all. The positive product attributes include vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber and whole grains, while the negative attributes consist of added salt, added sugar, cholesterol, saturated fat and trans fat. But what about natural ...

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