Mexico state bans sale of sugary drinks and junk food to children | The Guardian

Oaxaca brings in measures after obesity crisis is highlighted by high death toll during coronavirus pandemicThe southern Mexican state of Oaxaca has banned the sale of sugary drinks and high-calorie snack foods to children – a measure aimed at curbing obesity.The bill to reform the state’s children and adolescents’ rights law proposed fines and the possible closure of stores for selling soft drinks and sweets to children. It in effect puts sugary items into the same category as cigarettes and alcohol. Continue reading…

Oaxaca brings in measures after obesity crisis is highlighted by high death toll during coronavirus pandemic

The southern Mexican state of Oaxaca has banned the sale of sugary drinks and high-calorie snack foods to children – a measure aimed at curbing obesity.

The bill to reform the state’s children and adolescents’ rights law proposed fines and the possible closure of stores for selling soft drinks and sweets to children. It in effect puts sugary items into the same category as cigarettes and alcohol.

Continue reading…


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