SWITZ: WHO targets child obesity with marketing curbs

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 27 May 2010

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has set out a number of recommendations on the marketing of soft drinks and junk food to children in a bid to curb obesity levels.

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The World Health Organisation (WHO) has set out a number of recommendations on the marketing of soft drinks and junk food to children in a bid to curb obesity levels.

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