Boston campaign encourages kids to drink more nutritious beverages

01/22/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The Boston Public Health Commission has partnered with public schools and private businesses in the city for a marketing campaign that aims to promote more nutritious beverages to schoolchildren. The "Corner Store" initiative, which begins today, will use advertising fliers posted at several city stores encouraging children to drink 100% fruit juices, low-fat milk and plain water instead of sodas.

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