WASHINGTON — The Grocery Manufacturers Association responded to a Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity report that found that although cereal companies have improved the nutrition quality of kids' cereals, they continue to market high-sugar cereals to children, while promoting more nutritious family cereals to parents and adults for their own consumption. GMA acknowledged that today’s ready-to-eat cereals are more nutritious than ever, adding that through work ...
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