Marion Nestle noted author and public health professor said in a blog post in the Daily Green today that the new recommendations acknowledge
"The need to change the food environment to help individuals meet the Dietary Guidelines."This is a huge step in the right direction. No longer are our food addictions being looked at simply from the perspective on the individual, but as rooted firmly in the policies and norms of the communities we live in. Our environment impacts our choices, and our food choices affect our health.
There will be an opportunity for public comment on the new guidelines early this summer.