The escalating rate of childhood obesity is getting more attention from the White House — and retailers
When she heard about the new national effort to combat childhood obesity, Connie Gardner immediately assembled a packet describing Project 18 and sent it to first lady Michelle Obama. “We would like the first lady to know that we are doing something about childhood obesity right here in Indiana,” said Gardner, Marsh Supermarkets' senior director of community relations. The 92-store retailer has teamed with Peyton Manning, quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts football team, The Peyton ...
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