Cereal FACTS was developed in 2009 in an effort to highlight how food marketing affects the health of our most vulnerable citizens, our children. The Cereal FACTS 2012 Report quantifies changes in the nutritional quality of cereals and children’s exposure to cereal marketing after companies pledged to reduce marketing of unhealthy products to children.
Changes for the better
Changes for the worse
More of the same
Cereal companies, particularly General Mills, Kellogg, and Post should:
To learn more about Cereal FACTS see the Report Summary, the cereal nutrition and marketing tools for consumers, and the FAQ section.
Fast Food FACTS
Sugary Drink FACTS
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