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Are your kids safe from junk food marketing?

Take our quiz to find out what you don’t know about the extent—and dangers—of marketing junk food to kids.

When was the last time your child sat down at the dinner table and asked for a heaping plateful of leafy, green spinach?  As a parent, you strive to teach your child about healthy eating. But your food messages aren’t the only ones kids get—junk food marketers are pros at getting children’s attention. And the unhealthy results mean scary rates of obesity, Type 2 diabetes and increased risk of heart disease.

Is your family at risk? Take the quiz to test your knowledge and learn how to protect your kids.

2 Responses

  1. Such a great resource =) It’s about time parents would step in and create awareness around food marketing and labeling and teach children to be curious early on and make informed decisions.

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