Tell food companies to do the right thing: Market healthier foods to kids
Marketing to kids is a multi-BILLION dollar industry. That’s why new guidelines proposed by the government are asking companies to limit what foods and beverages they market to kids to ensure that they meet standard nutritional requirements.
Many of the largest companies, such as Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and General Mills, recently released their own set of guidelines for marketing their products to kids. It’s a step forward, but we know they can do even better. Our kids deserve better.
Ask these 17 companies to publicly agree to follow the federal principles:
Burger King Corp.
Cadbury Adams USA LLC
Campbell Soup Company
ConAgra Foods, Inc
General Mills, Inc
Kraft Foods Global, Inc
McDonald's USA. LLC
Post Foods, LLC
Sara Lee Corp
The Coca-Cola Company
The Dannon Company
The Hershey Company
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