Canada's Food Guide to Healthy Eating is somewhat similar.
The food guide graphic is linked from http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/main/hppb/nutrition/pube/foodguid/food8.htm.
Fruits and vegetables are not separated -- it seems to allow someone to eat all fruit, and no vegetables.
Meats receive less emphasis than dairy products, with legumes grouped with meats.
Conclusion: there seems to be a broad, general agreement, but expert opinions differ. Indeed, standards are still evolving.
Explore: The Canadian government provides a detailed interpretation of the Food Guide, in French and English, of course.