Our take: A study from Yale University's Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity reports that U.S. food companies are making breakfast cereal aimed at children healthier, but those benefits are being offset by targeted ads for unhealthier cereals.
"Kelly Brownell, director of the Rudd Center, applauded recipe tweaks that have improved the nutrition profile of cereals from companies like Kellogg Co, General Mills Inc and Post Holdings Inc, but said there is still ample room for improvement."
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