It's not a pyramid, but rather, more of a food rectangle. It also tries to move away from what appears to be the most pronounced flaw in the pyramid -- a heavy reliance on carbohydrates. Said Nestle, "it overemphasized carbohydrate foods (breads, cereals, grains) and much of our present obesity crisis is due to the increase in calorie intake from those foods and sugars. Fixing that would be a big improvement." Lasky's food rectangle, meanwhile, focuses more on ideas rather than specifics, or serving sizes. More good things, less bad things.
See the winning design after the jump.