About The Study: The findings of this randomized clinical trial of 5,000 parents of children age 5 and younger suggest that added sugar warnings and prohibitions of front-of-package claims and imagery may reduce parents’ purchases of high-added sugar beverages for their young children but that percentage juice disclosures may not change behavior.
Authors: Aviva A. Musicus, Sc.D., of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, is the corresponding author.
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