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UK gets serious about supporting healthier food environments banning unhealthy snacks from supermarket checkouts. Time for Canada to make good on their promise to stop #marketing2kids
Despite covid and Brexit chaos, the UK Tory Govt passes more obesity prevention policies in 1y than the last 4 NZ Govt terms combined: Unhealthy snacks to be banned from checkouts at supermarkets in England | Supermarkets | The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/dec/28/unhealthy-snacks-to-be-banned-from-checkouts-supermarkets-in-england?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
(2/2) Two important components of the Strategy remain: legislation to restrict #Marketing2Kids and front-of-packaging nutrition labelling. Much work has been done on both of these important policy measures and it is time to get them done. @PattyHajdu
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