Industry Group: Feds Would Muzzle Advertising of Popular Foods

Lobby keeps pressure on government to change guidelines

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WASHINGTON—Looking to hammer home its message that the government's proposal for voluntary guidelines that would restrict the marketing of foods aimed at children are out to lunch, the Sensible Food Policy Coalition released Thursday a list of popular foods that would not make the cut as healthy enough to be advertised to kids.

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