Study: Slow Progress in Cereal Marketed to Kids

Health advocates hoping report will raise obesity awareness

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Public health organizations may have lost the battle to have the federal government impose stricter food marketing guidelines, but they aren't giving up on their overarching mission. A new study from the Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity concluded that cereal companies haven't gone far enough to improve the nutritional quality of cereals marketed to kids.

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