CTV Atlantic takes a quick look at Guiding Stars as it goes nationwide in Canada.
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Portland, Maine (June 11, 2014)—With poor diet blamed for killing more Americans than smoking, drinking and drug use combined, a new study indicates that simply adding the Guiding Stars at-a-glance nutrition guidance program to products and supermarket shelf tags across the nation could contribute significantly to curbing the national nutritional health crisis.
The National Post recently reviewed Guiding Stars, the nutritional rating system that recently debuted in Canada at the national grocery chain Loblaws Cos. Ltd. Guiding Stars is designed to help consumers make healthier eating choices without an advanced degree in interpreting nutrition labels. Such nutritional rating systems are becoming more popular: what makes Guiding Stars… Read more »
Canada has a new partner to help consumers navigate the nutritional value of the food they buy. Loblaw Cos. Ltd., Canada’s largest national grocery chain, introduced a pilot program of the Guiding Stars nutrition guidance system in four of its Toronto-area stores. Guiding Stars has been implemented in a number of U.S. supermarkets since 2006…. Read more »