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New report raises health concerns about Lunchables

A new study from the advocacy group Consumer Reports found that Lunchables, the longtime prepackaged boxes popular with children nationwide, have high levels of sodium, lead and other heavy metals. The group is now calling for the federal government to remove them from the National School Lunch Program. KraftHeinz says Lunchables "meet strict safety standards." Nancy Chen has details. Air Date: Apr 11, 2024.
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