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Public Consultation Due On 'Junk Food' Advertising To Children

The body responsible for setting UK advertising rules is to launch a public consultation that will evaluate whether a ban on advertising junk food to children online, in the press, on billboards and poster sites should be introduced. The Committee of Advertising Practice -- the code-setting body for all advertising in the UK that appears in any media except on TV and radio -- is looking at the introduction of tighter rules on how food and drinks high in fat, salt and sugar are marketed to children.

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