Steve - They were published this morning and we will provide you detailed comments about its contents tomorrow.
The initial perception would be what you would expect...underwhelming. There are way too many special interests to appease. I can say that the testimony during the fact-finding process that had a chance to make meaningful change does not appear. The most important piece was to reduce grains servings by two and replacing with vegetables. After Big Grain sent a letter objecting, this recommendation is absent. And of course, milk is still the love child of the committee.
While there are some positive, yet rudimentary, conclusions, the most important aspects are more of the same.