ARLINGTON, Va. — National Grocers Association said it has asked the Federal Trade Commission to withdraw its proposed limits for advertising food products to children. "This is just another example of unnecessary regulatory overreach at a time when the food industry has taken giant steps in providing consumers with nutritional information and healthy food choices," said Peter J. Larkin, president and chief executive officer, NGA. The Interagency Working Group on Food Marketed to Children: ...

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