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Moms Believe Whole Grains Are Nutritious, But Kids Aren’t Eating The RDA

August 14, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Most moms (91 percent) believe it’s important that their kids have a nourishing snack before they exercise, but many (69 percent) say they have a hard time finding good snacks that their kids will eat, a Quaker Oats (PepsiCo) survey finds. Seventy-five percent of moms believe whole grains are a nourishing snack for kids, but fewer than one percent of children actually eat the recommended daily amount of whole grains. Quaker is partnering with the Chicago Fire soccer club to sponsor events for the club's youth player development program, which supports more than 10,000 soccer kids and families in Chicago and nationally.
"Quaker Oats Survey Reveals Moms Seek Nourishing Foods To Help Fuel Their Kids' Activity", News release, PepsiCo, August 14, 2013, © Pepsico, Inc.
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