22 October 2015
Public Health England
The UK reveals evidence and plans for reducing the amount of sugar consumed in their nation.
26 August 2015
By Nathan Gray, Food Navigator
New data from Germany suggests manufacturers continue to almost exclusively advertise unhealthy products to children, despite pledges to change their ways.
19 February 2015
The World Health Organization
Across the WHO European Region, children are still regularly exposed to marketing that promotes foods and drinks high in energy, saturated fats, trans fatty acids, free sugars or salt. Despite progress in some countries, government action to restrict such marketing remains less than optimal.
7 June 2014
Junk food companies seeking revenue take advantage of children’s vulnerability to junk food marketing. The tactics being used today by food and beverage manufacturers mirror those once used by Big Tobacco.
5 May 2014
Jennifer L. Harris
Research shows that the funding schools receive from food and beverage marketing in schools is not much.
13 August 2009
A study by Deakin University researchers analyzed 14 obesity interventions and the results showed that banning food and beverage advertising on TV is the most cost effective intervention to address childhood obesity.