More–a lot more–on food marketing to kids
Video: Today, 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: And I’ve only just discovered the UK-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:
US ‘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