Are Froot Loops healthy because they’re “made with whole grains”? Is a 100-calorie bag of cookies good for you? We’re bombarded with food labels and ads designed to mislead.
Two days ago The Walt Disney Company announced their plans to introduce new standards for food advertising on programming targeting kids and families.
I know, I know, if you’re trying to eat healthy, sustainable food, chances are McDonald’s isn’t your go-to. It seems that the folks at the golden arches are catching on to the growing profood movement, and this week they launched a brand new ad campaign to speak to us farm to table types.
The Federal Trade Commission is considering guidelines to curb junk food marketing to kids. The deadlines for public comments is coming up in less than two weeks.
The Federal Trade Commission recently proposed some guidelines for marketing foods to children. The deadline for comments on the guidelines is June 13, 2011.
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