Should food advertising to children be banned
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ETHICS IN PRACTICE CASE: Should Food Advertising to Children Be Banned?

1. Should food and beverage advertising to children be banned? What about for other types of products as well?

2. Is it unethical for food companies to target their ads towards children? In a period when most parents are working, how are children to be protected?

3. Should the federal or state government begin restricting food ads targeted at children? What about for other products?

4. Can companies do enough on their own to adequately address these problems?

5. Of the list of issues CCFC has taken on (listed above), which do you see as the most serious and why?

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