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Advertising ban was linked to lower purchases of unhealthy food and drink

Year of publication
Sales of unhealthy food and drinks were lower than expected after Transport for London (TfL) restricted advertising of these products. Average weekly household purchases of energy were 7% lower than predicted without the ban. Reductions were seen in fat, saturated fat, and sugar content. The largest reductions were seen for energy content from chocolate and sweets.
Date added
Created by
Sylvia Shelton
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health