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Fast Food / Kids Meals #978965

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 08, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) A Yale University Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity report on fast food nutrition and marketing directed to children cited.

(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) The marketing to children of unhealthy "happy meals" examined; food statistics from McDonald's, Burger King, Subway cited; scenes shown of advertising for kids and teens. [FATHER - comments.] [Yale's Jennifer HARRIS†, MOTHER - talk about fast food ads.] [Campaign for A Commercial-Free Childhood co-founder Allen KANNER†- says self-regulation is a joke.] A response from McDonald's about marketing quoted.

(Studio: Katie Couric) Two viewer comments on the story from Facebook quoted.

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Tracy, Ben

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