WASHINGTON The Federal Trade Commission has issued subpoenas to five restaurant companies requiring them to disclose their marketing activities and expenditures targeting children and adolescents. Burger King Holdings Inc., CEC Entertainment Inc., McDonald’s Corp., Wendy’s International Inc. and Yum! Brands Inc. were among 44 food marketers that received subpoenas.The FTC said in April that it would issue the subpoenas in response to a congressional mandate to investigate how food ...
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