Feds ask food companies to limit advertising to children

04/28/2011 | Seattle Times, The

Several federal agencies on Thursday revealed a proposal that would ask food companies, including restaurants, to voluntarily limit advertising and marketing efforts aimed at children to products that are low in salt, fat and sugar. The guidelines set strict parameters for what constitutes a "healthy" product.

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