Cargill has launched a new initiative designed to help manufacturers improve the nutritional profile of foods marketed to children and meet a swathe of new guidelines from retailers, the government and other organizations setting nutrition criteria for...
The Walt Disney Company’s new standards for advertising to children put the media outlet ahead of the pack, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) – and the move should encourage others to follow suit.
It was an Emperor’s New Clothes moment for the US food industry last week, when it was revealed that a major initiative touting its responsible advertising to kids actually allows promotion of many unhealthy foods. Is anyone really surprised?
All pledges made by the 15 major food and beverage companies taking part in the Council of Better Business Bureaus (BBB) Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative, are now in effect, it was announced.
Self regulation to ensure that products marketed towards children meet nutritional standards is working, according to The Council of Better Business Bureaus, which has just signed Nestlé up to the scheme.