AUSTRALIA: Junk food to be outlawed by indigenous health authorities - MEMBERS
Soft drinks and fastfood could soon be outlawed in the Pitjantjatjara lands of central Australia, according to an Aboriginal health organisation. A policy to control strictly the food available in stores in the area has already been endorsed by ten Pitjantjatjara communities, and Stephie Rainow, a Nganampa health officer, explained that this policy could soon become a by-law.
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