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Seventeen percent of children in the U.S. are clinically obese and many more are overweight and at risk for obesity. The consequences of childhood overweight and obesity warrant greater efforts in early prevention. A key factor associated with energy intake and weight gain is consumption of foods away from home. Programs to promote eating more home-prepared foods present an encouraging area of intervention for improving children's diet quality and diminishing childhood obesity. This studydoi:10.5195/jyd.2015.419 fatcat:oy7f6s3t5vg5hlfct2vmilp37y