Burger Kind and the advertising industry are getting further heat about the fast food ads. Campaigners in the UK have complained about the dampened decisions by Britains's Advertising Standards Authority against Burger King's 'Manthem' advertising and have gone as far as to accuse the body of favoritism towards the fast food giant.

Burger Kind and the advertising industry are getting further heat about the fast food ads. Campaigners in the UK have complained about poor decisions by Britains's Advertising Standards Authority against Burger King's ‘Manthem' advertising and have gone as far as to accuse the body of favoritism towards the fast food giant. The Guardian reports:

The Sustain campaign co-ordinator, Richard Watts, accused the ASA of being part of a “cosy little monopoly” that protected junk food manufacturers from having their ads banned at the expense of children's health.

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