UK: Ofcom pushes ahead with junk food ad ban

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 22 February 2007

UK communications regulator Ofcom is pushing ahead with its plan to ban junk food ads during TV shows watched by under 16-year-olds.

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UK communications regulator Ofcom is pushing ahead with its plan to ban junk food ads during TV shows watched by under 16-year-olds.

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