Nutritionists say to look at the serving size, calories and fat content and not just the top line.
Don't judge the food by its cover. Many have misleading marketing ploys on the front label.
You'll also want to keep an eye on the fat.
Marisa Moore of the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics says,
"If you're looking for trans fat, you might forget that saturated fat is also important."
By the way, the label percentages are based on a two-thousand-calorie diet for a healthy adult.