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President Obama Tackles Obesity With The War Against Tater Tots

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President Obama took to Youtube to answer some questions from people around the country that he didn’t address in his State Of The Union Address the other night.  One of the questions was about the food that our children are eating every day in the cafeteria.

In one question, it was brought up  that it costs less to feed our children Froot Loops than it does to feed them real fruit.  How did the president plan to reverse that?  One of the president’s responses was to make sure that they had more healthy choices available to them than just pizza and tater tots.

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