NEW YORK -- Despite heightened awareness about childhood obesity rates, parents still need to do more about their children's unhealthy eating habits, according to Datamonitor. "High profile media campaigns have managed to jolt many parents into taking more control over their children's diets in recent years. However, the impact has been minimal as kids in the U.S. continue to top a number of unhealthy food consumption charts," said Datamonitor market analyst Nick Beevors, in a statement. ...
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