BURBANK, Calif. — The Walt Disney Co. has launched two new initiatives to guide children and their families toward healthier food choices and is garnering praise from many sources — from First Lady Michelle Obama (rght) to Elizabeth Pivonka, the president of the Produce for Better Health Foundation. Disney’s action — announced last week in Washington — ramps up the company’s standards for food advertising on programming targeting kids and their ...

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