Retail and Consumer

The politics of childhood obesity: the UK government's plan to tackle out-of-home calories and "junk food" promotions

Published on 23rd Jul 2018

The government's proposals to combat childhood obesity will have far-reaching consequences in the restaurant, take away and retail food markets.

In our second video of the series our food experts, Katie Vickery and Katrina Anderson discuss the implications from proposal such as:

  • Restrictions to product placement
  • Calorie counting on menus
  • Restrictions to product promotions such as BOGOFs

Click here to watch the first video in the series.

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