One of the largest retail chains in the world walmart launches a new initiative - from now on, a special green label will be pasted on all foods that can be described as healthy.
Great For You Logo ("The best for you") will mean that this product can be safely taken without wasting time reading its constituent ingredients. It is reported that in this way Walmart customers will be able to save a lot of time.
In order to determine which products are useful, a set of criteria is used, compiled with the participation of experts from private and public institutions related to health issues.
But the question immediately arises - will not such a label be used for advertising purposes? Do consumers have a guarantee that they will always glue it only impartially? In addition, the Great For You initiative looks like a way to stop consumers from thinking altogether.