Child-Directed Marketing, Health Claims, and Nutrients in Popular Beverages

The combination of child-directed marketing with health-related claims may mislead parents into believing that fruit drinks are healthy and appealing to their children, highlighting the need for government regulation of sugary drink marketing.

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