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Australia: Junk food ads to stay

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has decided not to impose further restrictions on advertising during children’s television hours, saying that existing research does not show a causal link between TV advertising and obesity in children.

Read more: Sydney Morning Herald, 28 Aug 2008

 

New push for junk food ad bans

Summarises reactions to the ACMA’s decision not to restrict TV junk food advertising to children.

Read more: The Age, 28 Aug 2008

Published on August 29, 2008 in Australian news