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Warner Brothers & Safeway partner up for The Eating Right Kids

by Briana on September 14, 2009

Eating Right Kids

Warner Brothers and Safeway have partnered up to exclusively offer “better for you” eating solutions at kids featured Looney Tunes characters. The Eating Right Kids line features over 60 items in 18 categories including breakfast foods, produce, portable meals, dairy, snacks, beverages, and frozen entrees. It is available in over 1,700 Safeway locations in the United States and Canada.

The Eating Right Kids line has been formulated to standards based on the most recent dietary recommendations and regulations from several federal and state agencies. For example, the white bread has 15% RDA of calcium and 3 grams of Fiber per serving.  The 100% Juice contains no corn syrup and provides 10% RDA of calcium as well as 100% RDA of vitamin C.

These foods are tasty and better for children. We tried the mixed berry chewy bars with chocolate coating, 100% Apple juice, snack bowls, and Pasta Rings with Meatballs. I heard no complaints from my children as they gobbled these goodies down.

My only concern was the portion size for the Pasta ring with Meatballs. It is a little large for my younger children but probably just about right for the older children. The younger kiddos could just split it or use it for another meal.

Warner Brothers Consumer Products has also taken extra steps of clearing the retail shelves of the majority of foods featuring Looney Tunes that do not meet a “better for you” standard. This is a great step towards reducing childhood obesity.

Since I don’t have a Safeway location near me, I hope that other grocery chains take note and do their part to offer better choices!

This review is sponsored by Safeway/Warner Brother Consumer Products through partnership with Team Mom. All reviews/recommendations are based on my thoughts/opinions and are not edited or written by the sponsor.

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