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Sask. senator opposes law banning junk food marketing to kids, calling it the ‘bread is bad’ bill

Posted on: June 20, 2019

Source: CBC

Senator, Pamela Wallin, one of the critics of the bills, says her problem with the bill is the term “unhealthy foods”. Anything with more than five per cent fat, salt, sugar could be deemed unhealthy and lead to limiting advertising on foods like breads or dairy, she argued.


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