"Natural" sounds healthy, but it can mean a lot of things.
The FDA says a package can say this if the food inside doesn't have added color, artificial flavor, or man-made ingredients.
The USDA lets meat, egg, and poultry products be called "natural" if they are made without artificial ingredients or changed too much during processing.
But these foods can still be packed with calories, fat, sugar, salt, and carbohydrates, so be sure to read the ingredients. Then compare to others to make the healthiest choice.