What does the check mark mean?

When MyFitnessPal believes a food listing in its database has complete nutrition information it is marked with a

We do our best to ensure the nutrition information for  foods accurately reflects nutrition information from the product packaging. Many of the foods in our database are created by users, and occasionally food will be marked with a that has nutrition information inaccuracies. We are always working to improve the accuracy of nutrition information for foods, and new foods are being added all the time. 

Just because food is not a food does not mean it has inaccurate nutrition information. 

We have retired the asterisk (*) previously used on the MyFitnessPal website to note food listings created by MyFitnessPal users.  
Last Updated: Oct 15, 2015 12:42PM PDT

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