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Pre-post study | Junk food advertising restrictions linked to reductions in high fat, salt and sugar product purchases.

17 Aug, 2022 | 14:21h | UTC

Changes in household food and drink purchases following restrictions on the advertisement of high fat, salt, and sugar products across the Transport for London network: A controlled interrupted time series analysis – PLOS Medicine

News Release: Transport for London’s junk food advertising restrictions linked to reductions in high fat, salt and sugar product purchases – London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Commentaries:

Advertising ban was linked to lower purchases of unhealthy food and drink – National Institute for Health and Care Research

TfL junk food advert ban: Has the policy cut obesity? – BBC

 

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