Internet the new junk food battleground

Child health experts say food and drink companies are doing anything but reducing their marketing of unhealthy products to children.They say a new report shows young people are increasingly being targeted through new media, making responsible food choices even harder for parents.Flinders University nutritionist Kaye Mehta says junk food advertising to children used to be largely confined to television, but the focus is shifting.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/09/29/3024636.htm

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