5/24/2011

Young people are eating healthier and making a connection between what they consume and the effect on the world, says Michael Jacobson of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, who for years has promoted healthy diets and has led the battle against additives and junk-food marketing to children. That trend is behind CSPI's Food Day, set for Oct. 24, an educational and advocacy event that Jacobson says will "harness the energy of young people ... and unite America in a common movement to truly change the way we eat."

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