What Google's Famous Cafeterias Teach Us About Healthy Eating

07/14/2011 03:35 pm ET | Updated Sep 13, 2011

Google labels its snacks, drinks, and the foods prepared in its 25 or so cafeterias with traffic lights: green (eat anytime), yellow (once in a while), or red (not often, please). It bases the decisions about which food goes where on the Harvard School of Public Health's healthy eating pyramid.

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