As the anti-obesity battle heats up, restaurants are under increasing fire for the messages they direct at their youngest patrons.
 Health advocates have long laid blame for the nation’s growing girth in part on the restaurant industry’s promotion of “junk foods” to children through cartoon icons such as Ronald McDonald and the toys found in kids’ meals. But their scrutiny is expanding to include a broader array of marketing efforts, ranging from social media ...

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