UK: Government proposes ban on junk food TV adverts before 9pm

By just-food.com | 15 November 2004

The UK government is to propose a pre-9pm ban on television advertisements for unhealthy foods as part of a plan to improve public health.

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The UK government is to propose a pre-9pm ban on television advertisements for unhealthy foods as part of a plan to improve public health.

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