In the Netherlands two logos are used to indicate that certain foods are (relatively) healthy: the Choices stamp (with more than one hundred participating companies) and the Healthy Choice Clover (used only on the Own-Brand products of the Dutch supermarket chain Albert Heijn). Logos provide opportunities for improving dietary habits and public health. Whether this will actually occur, depends on three aspects. Are the logos assigned according to sound criteria? Do the consumers use this information correctly when choosing products? Do the logos stimulate manufacturers to improve their range of products? In this advisory report, both Dutch logos are compared on these points based on the current state of scientific knowledge, and the GDA system for front-of-pack listing of nutritional information on foods is also evaluated. The report is available in two languages (Dutch and English).