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Your child's phone is a junk food marketer

Updated Friday 21st July 2017
This article is a part of our 'Centre for Children and Young People's Health and Wellbeing' collection, and is filed under

UK rules that ban marketing of junk foods to children and young people are weak. So where do kids see junk food marketing online? Let's find out...

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