What's "healthy?" the Food and Drug Administration is taking another look.

FOX's Chris Foster reports:

The FDA's re-evaluating its definition of healthy and what products are allowed to use that word on packaging. It requires certain nutritional values.

And last year, the makers of kind fruit and nut bars were told they could not be labelled "healthy" because of high saturated fat levels. The company responds that fat comes from nuts and that by the FDA's definition salmon and avocados would be denied "healthy" labels that are granted to products like fat-free pudding and some sugary cereals.

Chris Foster, FOX News.