Reformulating Products Won’t Fix Childhood Obesity

by Broad Street | Published 11/05/2013 | Health, Opinion

Whether marketing 100-calorie packs or replacing high fructose corn syrup with “natural” sweeteners, food marketers have been hoping to attack childhood obesity by tinkering with their products in a process called reformulation. This study casts cold water on the hopes of food marketers that reformulating their products will impact the childhood obesity problem.[1] Nearly 40% […]

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