Water Instead of Soda: Marketing Good Nutrition to Kids

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Water Instead of Soda: Marketing Good Nutrition to Kids

How marketers are using the power of persuasion to combat childhood obesity.

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Marketing junk food to kids works, but what if you used the same tools to convince kids that healthy foods were better?

Stanford Graduate School of Business Associate Professor Szu-chi Huang tested the theory and found the right message can change behavior and could be key to reversing a global epidemic.

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