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NZ: Move to ban fast-food advertising on city streets

Auckland Regional Public Health is seeking support from the Auckland and Waitemata district health boards for a healthy food environment policy.

Health officials worried about the obesity epidemic want to focus on healthy eating. One proposal is dropping fast-food advertising from public property – including bus shelters. They are also questioning fast-food and soft-drink sponsorship of public events.

Read more: NZ Herald, 6 Aug 2012

Published on August 6, 2012 in New Zealand news