Good Housekeeping Unveils Nutritionist - Approved Emblem
Since 1909, consumers have put their trust in the Good Housekeeping Seal. Now, with the new Nutritionist Approved Emblem, the company is empowering consumers to make healthier food choices without sacrificing taste. The emblem is given to products based on simplicity, transparency, and innovation. SweetLeaf® is proud to be a recipient.
The magazine aims to make healthy eating choices easier
By the LifeMinute Team
July 3, 2018
How to make healthy eating choices as effortless as possible? The iconic Good Housekeeping seal has been helping consumers since 1909, and now they've introduced their new Nutritionist-Approved emblem to make it even easier.