Proposed federal guidelines that would establish nutritional standards for food marketed to kids are expected to spark new debate on the role restaurants play in child obesity. The Interagency Working Group on Food Marketed to Children, a coalition that represents top federal agencies tied to food and health, has proposed voluntary guidelines for the food-and-beverage industry that establishes specific nutritional standards for products marketed to kids ages 2 through 17 — including ...
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