Correction| Volume 52, ISSUE 5, P576, May 2020

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        The February 2020 issue of the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior carried an Editorial titled “Getting Corporate Sponsorship Right—Worth the Effort” (J Nutr Educ Behav. 2020;52(2):103-104; In the sixth paragraph, the last sentence contained typos. The sentence should read, “It stands as a powerful reminder that great care must be taken when partnering with food corporations in order to maintain our credibility, integrity, and public reputation.” The author regrets this error.

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        • Getting Corporate Sponsorship Right—Worth the Effort
          Journal of Nutrition Education and BehaviorVol. 52Issue 2
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            In 1993 the nutrition education video cassette, What's on Your Plate1 was released. The cardboard VHS jacket (this was the pre-DVD era) describes the contents as “an innovative nutrition education program featuring a series of public service announcements (PSAs) that debuted on the CBS Television Network.” The video's production value is high, with each 30-second segment featuring lively colorful clay animated characters. Each segment starts with host Willie Munchright receiving a letter—delivered through increasingly whimsical means (one falls out of a cereal box, another comes in a crate from Tahiti)—that includes a nutrition question.
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