WORLD: Children at risk from junk food marketing, says Food Commission
The health of the children around the world is put at risk by the marketing of junk food, according to a report from the Food Commission, an independent UK food watchdog. The report, "Broadcasting Bad Health: Why food marketing to children needs to be controlled", said that each year billions of dollars are spent on global advertising by the food industry.
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