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Norwegians pushing for stronger rules against adverts targeting kids

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The Norwegian Consumer Council is pushing to replace advertising rules with a clear ban on the marketing of unhealthy products aimed at children under the age of 16. The council is particularly concerned about advertising of sodas and sugar-sweetened drinks.



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