Comparison of food industry policies and commitments on marketing to children and product (re)formulation in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji

@article{Sacks2015ComparisonOF,
  title={Comparison of food industry policies and commitments on marketing to children and product (re)formulation in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji},
  author={G. Sacks and M. Mialon and S. Vandevijvere and H. Trevena and W. Snowdon and M. Crino and B. Swinburn},
  journal={Critical Public Health},
  year={2015},
  volume={25},
  pages={299 - 319}
}
Unhealthy food environments are known to be major drivers of diet-related non-communicable diseases globally, and there is an imperative for major food companies to be publicly accountable for their actions to improve the healthiness of food environments. This paper examines the prevalence of publicly available policies and commitments of major packaged food and soft drink manufacturers, and fast-food restaurants in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji with respect to reducing food marketing to… Expand
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