In the US: Krispy Kreme unveils whole-wheat doughnut
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc., still recovering from the low-carb diet craze that starved the company's earnings, unveiled a whole-wheat doughnut Monday. The 100 percent whole-wheat doughnut - with 180 calories - has a caramel flavoring and is covered with the doughnut maker's original glaze.
This is what happens when "whole grain" is "healthy"...
In the UK: Public want food 'traffic lights'
...simple red, amber and green guide to nutrition.
Under the scheme, cheese gets a red light; avocados get a red light; and a lot of boxed foods (read processed, refined foods) get green lights. One more example of a government pushing processed foods on the public.