Nutrition rating system to teach Conn. students of healthy choices

03/20/2013 | Record-Journal (Meriden, Conn.)

Several school districts in Connecticut will use a grant to develop and test a nutrition rating system designed to help students identify foods that are good for them. Under the system, foods will be labeled green (foods that can be eaten more often), yellow (foods that should be eaten sparingly) or red (foods that should be eaten rarely).

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