MINNETONKA, Minn. - If you find food labels confusing, there's a new, simple way to know how healthy each food is in the grocery store. "Lunds and Byerly's" is the first grocery retailer in the Twin Cities to use the NuVal system. Coborns, in the outskirts of the Metro, also uses it.
Each food is scored on a scale of 1 to 100. The higher the number, the healthier the food. The NuVal score is located next to the price of the item on the shelf.
KARE 11's Bryan Piatt learns more about how the NuVal system can help you and how the Sunrise team is doing with it's breakfast choices.
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