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Table 10 Marketing to children

From: Smorgasbord or symphony? Assessing public health nutrition policies across 30 European countries using a novel framework



"Stronger control over marketing of unhealthy foods to children, I would certainly put that high as a priority. It’s controllable, it’s achievable, I’d actually possibly put that up there as perhaps the most achievable. It clearly can be done through control over advertising."

England 3

"Like in advertising, a consensus paper has been written with the food industry about advertising… it has been until now difficult to legislate so we have worked in terms of consensus. But we will try in the future, when it will be possible to have some legislation…"

Portugal 2