The Breakfast Battle: Consumers May Not Be Making Smart Choices After All

It's not unusual for a box of cereal to bear labels touting numerous health benefits. Pick up a box of Cocoa Puffs, and General Mills says you've made a healthy choice. Kellogg's Froot Loops also qualifies for a Smart Choices label. But the ubiquitous label -- a white sticker with a green check mark -- is increasingly appearing on products that critics say are not so nutritionally smart. Smart Choices is one of the many programs developed by grocery stores, scientists, health...Full Story
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