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Government to food industry: More nutrients and less junk in kids' food and advertising for kids' food (please)
Manufacturers of foods pitched most heavily to kids -- breakfast cereals, snacks, carbonated beverages and restaurant fare -- should develop and reformulate their offerings to cut salt, added sugars and saturated fat and ensure they contribute meaningfully to a child's healthy diet, a federal working group recommended on Thursday.
By Melissa Healy, Los Angeles Times
April 28, 2011