The Stop Marketing to Kids Coalition
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The Ottawa Principles are evidence-based consensus policy recommendations to inform federal legislation in Canada to protect children from commercial food and beverage marketing. Read more about our policy framework here.
On June 21, 2019, the Senate of Canada adjourned for the summer. Unfortunately Bill S-228 was not called to a vote before the end of this Senate session. Read more here.
@UTZCertified @SusanHeaney @RnfrstAlliance did U read @NYTmag intrvu w @Baruch_Zicklin Prof Prakash Sethi? Made this point: Western #Brands don't police #supplychain out of #bigotry =>#nailedit #Money4Marketing #marketing2kids #stuffocation #PalmOil #consumer @Nike @Mattel @Apple #Sustainability-scamming cc @RalphNader
@TidesCommunity @JasonWingard No other company has the experience of conveying emotional uplift and inspirational stories than this sneaker giant.
In the early 90s, @Nike shoes were selling at full-retail almost 2/3 of the time. The nearest competitor was Fila. At 5%! https://t.co/y9RuDA6cVo #Marketing2kids
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