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During the presentation of a new book on “The rights of Mexican children in the face of the obesogenic environment” in the Chamber of Deputies, the Autonomous University of Mexico, the consumer association and the Centre for Research in N...

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) released its first State of the Child Health report in which it calls on the UK government to introduce a ban on the advertising of foods high in saturated fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) in all br...

A new study by the University of Granada and the University Hospital of Saint Raphael in Granada found that Spanish children are, overall, less exposed to advertising for food high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) on children channels in 2013 compared t...

As part of a new campaign to raise awareness about the impact of HFSS food advertising on rising children obesity, the Inter-American Heart Foundation Argentina (IHF-Argentina) released a study on the food and beverage advertising situation in Argent...

On 27 July, the Alliance for Food Safety (Alianza por la Salud Alimentaria), a coalition of organisations aiming to tackle obesity in Mexico, claimed Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Nestlé breached their international commitment on advertising to child...

The Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation (HWCF) jointly with government officials, teachers and private companies including Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Postobon launched the “Latin American Commitment to a Healthy Future”, a new multi-stakehol...

A group of global and national public health NGOs led by the US-based Center for Science in the Public Interest sent an open letter to the CEOs of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo and their investors urging them to “begin exercising their corporate respon...

Researcher Frans Folkvord from Radboud University calls for strong regulation of food and beverage marketing to children following several years of research into the links between food advertising and children food intake behaviour. Over one thousan...

SERMO, the leading global social network for physicians, released results of a poll which found that 69% of doctors believe that parents are either completely or mostly to blame for the childhood obesity. Only 30 % of respondents said parents are som...