UPDATE: UK: Food industry brands medics obesity report as "damp squib"

By Michelle Russell | 18 February 2013

The Food and Drink Federation has branded a report by UK medics calling for a ban on junk food ads before the watershed as a "damp squib".

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The Food and Drink Federation has branded a report by UK medics calling for a ban on junk food ads before the watershed as a "damp squib".

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