Childhood Obesity: Should Junk Food be Regulated?
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This case also discusses the regulations framed by governments in the Europe and Australia, and the initiatives taken by the junk food manufacturers to control obesity in children. It looks at some of the promotional campaigns these companies have designed to motivate children to adopt healthier lifestyles.
» Junk food industry and its implications for the childhood obesity
Childhood obesity, Junk food, Television advertising, In-school promotion, Informed choice, Self-regulation, European Union, International Obesity Task Force (IOTF), America on the Move, Healthy Weight 2008 - Australia's Future, Children's Advertising Review Unit (CARU), The Coca-Cola Company, Kraft Foods, Inc., McDonald's Corporation, PepsiCo Inc., Active Lifestyle, Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI)
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