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Authors’ response to Letter to the Editor from the New Zealand Advertising Standards Authority

  • Stefanie Vandevijvere (a1), Alanna Soupen (a1) and Boyd Swinburn (a1)
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1. Vandevijvere, S, Soupen, A & Swinburn, B (2017) Unhealthy food advertising directed to children on New Zealand television: extent, nature, impact and policy implications. Public Health Nutr (Epublication ahead of print version).
2. Advertising Standards Authority (2017) Children and Young People’s Advertising Code 2017. http://www.asa.co.nz/codes/codes/new-children-young-peoples-advertising-code/ (accessed March 2017).
3. Advertising Standards Authority (2010) Children’s Code for Advertising Food. http://www.asa.co.nz/codes/codes/childrens-code-for-advertising-food/ (accessed June 2013).
4. Souter, H (2017) In response to ‘Unhealthy food advertising directed to children on New Zealand television: extent, nature, impact and policy implications’ by Vandevijvere et al. (Letter to the Editor). Public Health Nutr (Epublication ahead of print version).
5. Swinburn, B, Vandevijvere, S, Woodward, A et al. (2017) Proposed new industry code on unhealthy food marketing to children and young people: will it make a difference? N Z Med J 130, 94101.
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