When shopping for groceries, you can look out for the Healthier Choice Symbol to guide you to make better food choices.
These products are generally higher in whole grains, dietary fibre and calcium, and lower in sugar, fat, saturated fat and sodium.
The Health Promotion Board has partnered retailers and food manufacturers to increase the number of such products here, said a spokesman.
However, you may not be aware that there are different types of symbols for different categories of food and some products may have two nutrient claims.
Here is a guide to the six logos.