Children's cereals have 85% more sugar than adult brands

10/26/2009 | USA Today

Yale University researchers said study data show cereals marketed to children have 85% more sugar, 65% less fiber and 60% more sodium than those for adults. The report said the average sugar content in children's cereals has dropped only about a half-teaspoon per serving.

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