Some milks served in schools exceed salt, sugar recommendations

A first-of-its kind analysis of the milk products sold into the national school lunch and breakfast programs found that school milks vary widely in their nutritional quality, with some products being too high in sodium or added sugars, and with some containing behavior-disrupting synthetic dyes. 

Researchers at the nonprofit Center

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Less Salt, More Whole Grains: FDA Updates Food Label Definition of ‘Healthy’ | Health

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Salmon can’t be labeled a “healthy” food under existing federal regulations, because it contains high levels of fat.

But sweetened cereals can bear the “healthy” label on their packaging if they tick specific boxes related to individual nutrients — even though they might

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International Food & Beverage Companies Commit to Further Salt Reduction Globally

GENEVA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Members of the International Food & Beverage Alliance (IFBA) have developed the first-ever collective commitment by the food industry to implement globally set standardized targets for sodium reduction in manufactured foods.

In a letter to World Health Organization Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, IFBA members pledged to

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