U.K. may consider banning snack food ads aimed at kids

05/19/2004 | FoodNavigator

A bill to be introduced in the U.K. Parliament would effectively outlaw snack food ads aimed at children and require the government to find ways to promote the consumption of healthy foods. The bill also would require the Food Standards Agency to classify foods as "healthy" or "unhealthy"; any food deemed unhealthy could not be marketed to children.

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