The trouble with kids today

McTaggart, Jenny
October 2004
Progressive Grocer;10/1/2004, Vol. 83 Issue 14, p27
Trade Publication
Deals with the efforts of food retailers to help control child obesity in the U.S. Percentage of children that are overweight or obese; Remarks from Stephanie Childs of the Grocery Manufacturers of America on child obesity issues; Highlights of the health and wellness program of Giant Food Inc. and Stop & Shop Cos. Inc.; Information on Meijer Incorporated's promotion of fitness for children. INSETS: Solution selling;Demonstration of health;The cost of healthy eating.


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