Junk food disguised to appear healthy

Article in Adelaide's The Advertiser 9/7/2012 based on research from Flinders University.

Adelaide mother-of-three and failsafer Marianne Organ said peer pressure and hidden additives in junk food targeted at children made it difficult for parents to pack healthy lunchboxes.

"It's an ongoing war between parents and children, but it shouldn't be that way," she said. "It can be hard for children to accept something is not good for them when it is advertised as being healthy."

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