"Having the item in the machine that is a better choice for the customer, a better for you option, it's going to help our consumers make educated decisions," says Stefanie Oller, with the company.
The FDA also estimates if just .02 percent of obese adults ate 100 fewer calories per week, it would save $24 million or more in annual health care costs.
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