ST. LOUIS -- Beech-Nut Nutrition here is beating a better-for-your-baby bongo, with an independent study as backup. In September, the baby food manufacturer ran an advertisement in the major markets it serves, citing a report conducted by the Center for Science in the Public Interest. That's because the report -- which principally criticized the contents of baby food produced by major branders -- had some positive words for Beech-Nut. Under the heading of "Important News For Parents!" ...
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