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Food Giants Cut 6 Trillion Calories

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January 9, 2014
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Food and drink makers voluntarily sold more than 6 trillion fewer calories, six times higher than pledged, says a new study. But it's unclear how much credit they deserve. Fred Katayama reports.


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