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Wondering whether that bar, smoothie, or frozen burrito is as healthy as you’ve been led to believe? The Environmental Working Group’s new Food Scores app gives users information on nutrition, toxicity, and degree of processing for 5,000 ingredients, 80,000 products, and 1,500 brands. “We created this because consumers wanted a quick, easy tool to help them decide which processed foods were healthiest and safest,” says executive director Heather White. Learn more at

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