The U.K.-based International Association for the Study of Obesity puts out a weekly news briefing on articles dealing with marketing to children
Video: Yesterday, the Oakland-based Prevention Institute released it's new 2- minute, everything-you-need-to- know video: We're Not Buying It: Stop Junk Food Marketing to Kids. Use it.
Commentary: David Britt and Lori Dorfman have a terrific editorial in The Hill today on why everyone needs to support the government's proposed voluntary nutrition standards for food marketing to kids.
Newsletter: I've only just discovered the U.K.-based International Association for the Study of Obesity (IASO)'s weekly news briefing on articles and events in food marketing to children.
Here is just a sample from last week and this week. I've mentioned some of these in previous posts but it's great to have them collected in one place:
U,S, 'spends $ billions subsidising junk food products' -- to view full report, click here
Scientists support the administration's Inter-Agency Working Group on food marketed to children -- click here to view
Some 75 health and marketing experts from the nation's universities call on President Obama not to abandon the Federal Trade Commission-led nutrition guidelines that would recommend strict limits for marketing foods to children -- click here to view details
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