Advertising food and drink products to children

Keep on top of this fast-evolving regulatory landscape with insights on key markets

Increasing evidence of a link between the types of food and beverage products advertised to children and childhood obesity is gaining attention at a global level. Many countries are introducing or considering regulatory measures to control how and when products with high levels of fat, sugar and salt are advertised. However, the international picture is inconsistent and changing fast. In this white paper we highlight current legislation and ongoing regulatory discussions in the EU and UK as well as parts of Latin America and Canada.

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