The case for strict limits on junk food marketing to children
Australian children are constantly exposed to junk food marketing in local settings such as shopping centres, supermarkets, sports clubs and even outdoor advertising near schools. This PDF factsheet sets out key arguments for limiting the promotion of junk food to children in community settings.
Does junk food marketing harm kids? Does sports club sponsorship affect children’s diets? Why is our children’s health at risk? Why is regulation needed?
Read our factsheet for an easy-to-understand overview of the issues, statistics and arguments, based upon studies and literature reviews.
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