Push for junk food ad ban so kids won’t be tempted on train to school

The Age (Victoria, Australia)

Junk food companies have been accused of targeting children on their way to school as pressure mounts on the Victorian government to ban ads on state-owned property. More than a quarter of the ads children pass on the train as they head to school are for unhealthy foods including chips, doughnuts and ice cream, according to new research by the Obesity Policy Coalition. Read here.