That's why I've been working with a dozen top nutrition scientists from leading universities and health organizations throughout North America to develop the Overall Nutritional Quality Index, or ONQI. We've analyzed foods based on about 30 different nutrient factors—like fiber, fat, vitamins, calories—and assigned them a number from 1 to 100 that indicates how healthy they are. The higher the number, the more nutritious the food—period. The scores will appear on tags right in front of the products so that you can now tell at a glance which cereal or bread or granola bar or pasta sauce is the more nutritious choice. The ONQI is coming this fall to several supermarket chains around the country, and in March 2009 to many more. Visit www.onqi.com to see if your supermarket has adopted the system. If not, let the manager know you want the ONQI.