A quick-read nutrition label? It’s out there. The Washington Post: Bon Appetit Management Co., which manages cafes across campus, recently launched its well-being indicator in dining halls at Case Western Reserve and at Duke University. The arrow is posted next to the name of each dish and features an arrow that, if filled, is a healthy item; if it’s partially filled or empty, it isn’t as healthful as other options. In a recent survey, a majority of CWRU students said they prefer the well-being score over traditional nutrition facts.