Should companies 'sneak' vegetable content into their products?
<div><img width="180" height="182" vspace="5" hspace="5" border="1" align="left" alt="" src="/sites/default/files/user-75/Picture%2010_1.png" />Some parents have been known to "sneak" vegetables into their kids' meals to increase the nutritional value since many children don't enjoy eating veggies. Now, some food companies are doing the same thing. Kraft's famous macaroni and cheese has <a href="http://www.mnn.com/food/healthy-eating/blogs/kraft-sneaks-veggies-into-its-mac-cheese">recently joined the healthy train</a> by introducing a "veggie pasta" version of the dish loved by picky eaters everywhere. Though there are no claims on the box that the macaroni is now healthier or better for you, it does claim to include half a serving of vegetables per cup.</div>