Many products by the largest food firms are considered unhealthy, research shows

Podcast On Morning Edition
Leila Fadel( Host), Allison Aubrey (Byline), Anna Herforth (T.H. Chan School of Public Health), Greg Garrett (ATNI)

Two new reports paint a dismal picture of nutrition in the U.S. One says about 70% of products sold by the largest food companies, including Kraft, Heinz and Kellogg, are considered unhealthy. And that's the food that stocks a lot of U.S. grocery shelves. And new Gallup data shows just how much Americans' diets are lacking. It's not a new problem. But as NPR's Allison Aubrey reports, what is new is the momentum for change.

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