Report: Children’s cereals healthier, but ads more aggressively target kids

General Health
The USA Today "Healthy Perspective" blog reported, "While most cereals marketed to children have gotten a bit healthier – lower in sugar and salt and higher in whole grains and fiber – they still typically contain a spoonful of sugar for every three spoonfuls of cereal, says a new report from watchdogs at the Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity. Meanwhile, companies are spending more money to market their least nutritious brands, researchers say." (more…)
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