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Robert B. Choate tells a <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGOV0000134" title="U.S. Senate" href="/topic/politics/government/u.s.-senate-ORGOV0000134.topic">U.S. Senate</a> subcommittee in Washington in 1970 that in a ranking of 60 breakfast cereals, 40 were found to be woefully lacking in health value. The cereal industry attacked his findings, but within a year the nutritional content of the majority of the products on his list had been boosted to respectable levels.
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( United Press International )

Robert B. Choate tells a U.S. Senate subcommittee in Washington in 1970 that in a ranking of 60 breakfast cereals, 40 were found to be woefully lacking in health value. The cereal industry attacked his findings, but within a year the nutritional content of the majority of the products on his list had been boosted to respectable levels.

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