96 results for: Marketing

Classification des aliments et marketing alimentaire (Food Classification and Food Marketing)

A French fact sheet, as part of a series, for parents, guardians and educators and developed based on a University of Calgary research project, how food classification and food marketing food packaging marketing classification influence children’s eating behaviour.

  2014-09-08 – Handout

Marketing of Foods High in Fat, Salt and Sugar to Children: Update 2012-2013

A publication from the World Health Organization (WHO) reviewing the marketing of foods and beverages to children over the last decade; policy approaches to control marketing to children; scientific evidence linking advertising; and marketing to children’s dietary behaviour.

2015-04-29 – Manual/Guide

Food Classification and Food Marketing

A fact sheet, as part of a series, for parents, guardians and educators and developed based on a University of Calgary research project, how food classification and food marketing food packaging marketing classification influence children’s eating behaviour.

2014-08-22 – Handout

Fr: Les dessous du marketing des boissons sucrées (Sugar-Sweetened Beverages: Marketing Unveiled)

A French four-part series of documents created by the Quebec Coalition on Weight-Related Issues available from Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada (CDPAC) to reduce the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages by changing attitudes toward their use and improving the food environment by making healthy choices easier and encouraging young people to develop a more critical view of advertising in this industry.

  2013-03-22 – Position Paper/Policy Document

Pestering Parents: How Food Companies Market Obesity to Children

Report prepared by the Centre for Science in the Public Interest outlines the importance of good nutrition to children’s health, children’s exposure to food marketing, the types of venues and techniques used to market food to children and actions that have been taken in other countries and for other health behaviors. Recommendations for parents, industry, schools and governments to help reduce the marketing of low-nutrition foods to children are provided.

2013-03-20 – Research Report/Paper

Briefing: Junk Food Marketing to Children Campaign

A 2014 briefing from the British Heart Foundation on junk food marketing to children.

  2015-04-29 – Other

Marketing to Children in Canada: Summary of Key Issues

This Public Health Agency of Canada report examines the nature and scope of marketing to children in order to direct future policy directions on the regulation of marketing to children in Canada.

  2012-10-22 – Research Report/Paper

Working Within the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes: A Guide for Health Care Workers

A guide from UNICEF UK for health workers providing "an overview of the relevant UK legislation relating to the marketing of infant milks, the WHO Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes (which is part of the Baby Friendly Initiative’s standards), and how to ensure that caregivers get evidence-based information. Suggested education information for parents and caregivers included.

  2019-02-01 – Manual/Guide

Food Marketing to Children and Youth: Threat or Opportunity?

This Institute of Medicine of the National Academies report provides an overview of the evidence related to the influence of food marketing on the nutritional intake of children and youth. The report can be read on line or can be purchased.

2012-10-22 – Research Report/Paper