CHICAGO — The eating habits of children and teens may not be so bad after all, show the findings of a Mintel study. When asked why they eat what they eat 42% of kids and teens polled said it was to gain more energy, 35% purposefully eat foods that are rich in vitamins and nutrients, 25% try to eat foods that are low in fat and 22% look for foods low in sugar. The majority of young people are eating most meals at home. Sixty-five percent of respondents said they eat dinner at home at least ...
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