The Assembly rejects the prohibition of advertisements for foods high in fat and mandatory nutrition labelling

The national Assembly has refused, Sunday, may 27, at the end of a lively debate, to register in the law the prohibition of advertisements for food which are too fatty, too sweet or too salty for children, as well as to make compulsory the labelling of Nutri-Score.

During the examination of the draft law agriculture and food, members of parliament of The Republic on (LRM), the socialist Party (PS), France Insubordinate (BIA) or the Republicans (LR) have sought to prohibit or restrict the advertising of “food products and beverages too rich in sugar, salt or fat and who to target children under the age of 16 years” on ” any medium of communication radio, audio-visual and electronic “.

One in six children are overweight

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