Foodmakers Resist Proposal for Guidelines in Marketing To Children

"The food and advertising industries are pushing back against an Obama administration proposal that calls for food makers to voluntarily limit the way they market sugary cereals, salty snacks and other foods to children and teens.

The food and advertising industries are pushing back against an Obama administration proposal that calls for food makers to voluntarily limit the way they market sugary cereals, salty snacks and other foods to children and teens."

Lyndsey Layton reports for the Washington Post May 24, 2011.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011