FACTS Reports


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A series of Rudd Center FACTS research reports provide a comprehensive review of the marketing techniques and nutritional quality of food and beverages targeted to children, teens and parents – including separate reports on children's foods, cereal, fast food, sugary drinks, snacks, and baby and toddler food.

The full reports, along with resources for advocates, researchers, parents and the media can be found at the weblinks below:

Sales, nutrition, and marketing of children drinks.
Food industry self-regulation after 10 years.
Nutrition and marketing of baby and toddler food and drinks.
Snack food nutrition and marketing to youth.
Sugary drink marketing to youth.
Fast food nutrition and marketing to children and teens.
Nutrition quality and marketing of children's cereals.

This research is funded by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.