WASHINGTON -- Food makers, amid increasing calls for regulation stemming from obesity concerns, are proposing stricter limits on kid-aimed food ads. Meanwhile, their biggest lobby released a survey summarizing their efforts to make their products more healthful. The suggestions by the Grocery Manufacturers Association here would stiffen the voluntary advertising code of the industry-funded Children's Advertising Review Unit and augment oversight of CARU, which has been criticized as having ...

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