Experiment shows that food ads spur snacking

07/19/2009 | NYTimes.com

In an experiment, children were given bowls of Goldfish crackers as they watched a 14-minute cartoon with commercials. Children who saw ads for games and entertainment during the show ate 45% fewer Goldfish than their peers who saw commercials for snack foods.

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