Kellogg's Doesn't Want Any Legal Troubles

Kellogg's Doesn't Want Any Legal Troubles

After realizing the threat of lawsuit from the American parents and nutrition advocacy groups, Kellogg's has decided to change its ways by 2008.


Reports are saying that by the end of 2008, Kellogg's will not market foods in TV, radio, print or Web site ads to audiences that include at least 50 percent of people under age 12 unless a single serving of the product meets certain standards. Those standards are: No more than 200 calories; no more than 230 milligrams of sodium, except for Eggo frozen waffles; no trans fat and no more than 2 grams of saturated fat; no more than 12 grams of sugar, not counting sugar from fruit, dairy and vegetables.

Fight against childhood obesity: 1, Kellogg's: 0.

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