Pic: Junk Food Advertising – The Backlash Continues

Pic: Junk Food Advertising – The Backlash Continues
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This article reacts to a report by UK watchdog Ofcom which suggests the ban of advertising of junk food (including sweets) to children and teenagers.

Guy Brighton
  • 23 november 2006

This article in London Lite newspaper reacts to a report by UK watchdog Ofcom which suggests the ban of advertising of junk food (including sweets) to children and teenagers. This article highlights the ‘tricks’ like viral marketing that fast food companies like Pepsi and CocaCola use to sell to kids. Seen on the Jubilee Line, London.

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