Macy's Pulls Dinner Plates Over Complaints That It "Fat Shames" Mothers

The dinner plates feature a diagram measuring portion sizes as either 'mom jeans,' 'favorite jeans,' or 'skinny jeans.'

Macy's removed a line of plates from its stores after critics accused the retailer of "fat shaming" and "casually promoting eating disorders." 

The plates featured a diagram ranking portion sizes as either "skinny jeans," "favorite jeans" or "mom jeans." 

Alie Ward, a correspondent on CBS's "Innovation Nation," brought widespread attention to the product on Sunday after tweeting a photo of the plates and asking how she could get them "banned in all 50 states." 

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