What a difference a year makes. While kids in San Francisco enjoy cheeseburger Happy Meals with a toy while they still can, lunch menus with more whole grains, fruits, vegetables and low-fat milk are in the works for public schoolchildren nationwide. The past 12 months have been marked by major change involving foods available for kids. But close attention has also been paid to what influences the choices their parents make at the supermarket. Earlier this year, the Food and Drug ...

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