Tufts Nutrition Navigator
The Tufts University Nutrition Navigator was the first online rating and review guide that solved the two major problems Web users had when seeking nutrition information: how to quickly find information best suited to their needs and whether to trust the information they found. The Tufts University Nutrition Navigator was designed to help visitors sort through the large volume of nutrition information on the Internet and find accurate, useful nutrition information you can trust.
Websites were reviewed by Tufts nutritionists, who applied rating and evaluation criteria developed by the Tufts University Nutrition Navigator Advisory Board, a prestigious panel of leading U.S. and Canadian nutrition experts.
The Tufts University Nutrition Navigator was developed by the Tufts University Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, one of the most respected academic centers of nutrition excellence in the world. The initial project was underwritten by a grant from Kraft Foods, Inc.