CHICAGO — Renowned pediatrician Dr. William Sears is delivering nutritional advice that's easy for kids to understand, but difficult for consumer packaged goods manufacturers to accept. The message: The perimeter of the supermarket contains so-called green-light, or “good,” food; the center of the store has red-light, or “bad,” food. Sears' view, that's it's never too early to teach kids about nutrition, isn't unique. For the first time, the American Academy of Pediatrics is recommending ...

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