There's good reason why Pathmark's “Healthy Steps” nutrition newsletter features Mott's for Tots — a juice drink that has 40% less sugar than regular apple juice and no artificial sweeteners — and Old Orchard Healthy Balance, a reduced-sugar pomegranate/cranberry drink. Parents are on the lookout these days for healthier alternatives for their kids. Nearly one-quarter (21%) said they were more restrictive about their children's beverage consumption last year, according to Morgan Stanley's ...
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