Identifying good and bad foods spur better choices

Will Kreznick

Food pantry patrons make healthier choices when foods are organized by nutrition level, new research shows. Using a food categorizing system called Supporting Wellness at Pantries (SWAP) that ranks different foods based on its level of saturated fat, sodium and added sugars, researchers found patrons selected 11% more health foods and decreased unhealthy choices […]

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