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Indian Food Safety authority makes recommendations to restrict food advertising in schools

20 Octubre, 2015

Last week, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) released draft recommendations to restrict the sale and promotion of foods high in fat, sugar and salt (‘HFSS’ food) in and within 50 meters of primary and secondary schools.

The objective of the draft guidelines - which are open for comments - is to restrict the availability and consumption of such foods defined as (but not limited to) chips, fried foods, sugar sweetened (carbonated and non-carbonated) beverages, ready-to-eat noodles, pizzas, burgers, potato fries and confectionery.

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WHO Commission recommends statutory restrictions on ‘unhealthy’ food marketing to children

05 Octubre, 2015

On 29 September, WHO Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity released a draft final report in which it calls for statutory restrictions on the marketing of sugar-sweetened non-alcoholic beverages and energy-dense, nutrient-poor foods (‘unhealthy’ food) to children.

The report is based on the feedback received from relevant stakeholders and through a regional consultation.

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UK advertising body reviewing non-broadcast rules on food advertising to children

01 Octubre, 2015

The Committee of Advertising Practices (CAP) is consulting stakeholders on the need to strengthen the rules governing non-broadcast advertising to children.

The current rules require that food and soft drink product marketing communications must not condone poor nutritional habits or an unhealthy lifestyle in children or encourage ‘pester power’. Additionally, promotions, celebrities and licensed characters are banned in such adverts directed at pre-school or primary school age children. The rules are administered by the Advertising Standards Authority and apply across all non-broadcast channels.

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WHO interim report calls on governments to take the lead in reducing “unhealthy” food marketing to children

13 Agosto, 2015

The WHO has published the interim report of the Global Coordination Mechanism (GCM) Working Group on engagement with the private sector on non-communicable diseases (NCDs). The interim report, currently open for consultation, acknowledges the role that industry can play in reducing children’s exposure to “unhealthy” food marketing but also states that self- or co-regulation are ‘generally not sufficient to ensure meaningful progress’.

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