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None of the authors have any financial conflict of interest in the study. Dana Hunnes is associated with one of the cafeterias studied in this project, but had no role in the assessment of any of the hospitals.
Support for this project was provided by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program . The Foundation had no role in the study design or outcome.