WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture, as expected, on Thursday unveiled a new icon to encourage healthful eating, dubbed "MyPlate." The five-color icon features a dinner plate divided into four quadrants representing proteins, whole grains, fruits and vegetables, plus a glass of low-fat milk representing dairy. The UDSA launched choosemyplate.gov to introduce consumers to the new effort, which replaces MyPyramid.gov. The pyramid symbol, which had been in use since the early ...

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