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Further evidence of the impact of junk food marketing on children

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Further evidence of the impact of junk food marketing on children

A new Liverpool-led global evidence review, commissioned by the World Health Organization (WHO), provides further evidence that food marketing is associated with the increased intake of junk food in children.

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