Cereal marketing changes were inevitable
We applaud the decision of food companies, including Kellogg, ConAgra and General Mills -- to cut back on its marketing campaign of sugary, high-calorie foods -- or junk food -- to kids since obesity in children is on the rise.
However, the federal government is developing more stringent standards to ensure food companies meet increased nutritional criteria, which is unnecessary.
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