The session will look at the marketing strategies of major food companies in various countries, specifically looking at actions in Europe, North America and Latin America. It will highlight practices of targeting children in the marketing of unhealthy foods, using numerous techniques and channels. The panel will discuss the implications of these practices, and will present strategies to combat them.
This session was jointly produced by The Obesity Society (TOS) and European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO).
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Emma Boyland, PhD MBA MSc
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Jo Jewell, MSc
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Jeff Chester, MSW
Global Efforts to Restrict Food Marketing to Children: Lessons Learned and Looking Forward
Tim Lobstein, PhD