Report: Candy, snacks account for one-third of TV ads for kids

03/29/2007 | CNNMoney

Slightly more than a third of all TV spots watched by kids are for candy and snack foods, 28% are for cereal and 10% for fast food, and a smaller number are for dairy products and fruit juices, while none tout vegetables or fruits, according to a new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation. The study, "Food for Thought: Television Food Advertising to Children in the United States," also found tweens ages 8 to 12 saw the most food ads, followed by teen-agers and younger kids, ages 2 to 7.

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