The U.S. Department of Agriculture has thrown out the "Food Pyramid", which was designed to show Americans how to choose the most nutritious foods. In its place, the department has adopted a new approach it calls "MyPlate".
A working group from four federal agencies -- FTC, CDC, FDA and USDA -- has released new voluntary standards for marketing food to children. Childrens' and consumer groups are not optimistic they'll work.
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