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Dr Victoria Egli of the University of Auckland talked about new WHO guidelines on unhealthy food marketing to children and how NZ  doesn't measure up when she appeared on Radio NZ's the Panel with Wallace Chapman (at 10'55"). "We only have voluntary, industry-led policies and bylaws that exist in relation to junk-food marketing," she told the panel." Dr Egli also spoke about her Briefing - NZ falling behind on international rules to protect kids from food marketing - on Newstalk ZB


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