While junk food placements in all UK-made programs and special programs for children be banned abroad, is the nation ‘s heart charity for a complete pre-09.00 watershed ban calls rankings for products high in fat, salt or sugar. Beatrice Brooke, policy manager at the British Heart Foundation said: Popular family shows abroad, as American Idol by children by children in the UK observed every week, so they are still very much affected by product placement despite the proposed restrictions.

Watershed Ban On Junk Food Product Placements needed, says Heart CharityRestrictions allows to establish new rules product placement in TV programs do not go far enough to properly protect children against a flood of junk foods and drinks, says the British Heart Foundation. Continue reading

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