Industry News | June 17, 2002
Burger King Joins Other Industry Giants in Funding a $2.4 Million Consumer Awareness Campaign Aimed at Reducing Obesity
Those involved with the program, including companies like Unilever and Coca-Cola, say that the industry-funded organization was not created to stave possible class actions suits as some have suggested.
"It is designed to help kids between the ages of nine and twelve, and their parents, to improve their eating and activity," Michael Mudd, a senior vice-president at Kraft Foods told the media.
Total cost of the upcoming campaign for each of the twelve companies involved in "Activate"? Two hundred thousand dollars.
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