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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Michelle Bernard
Say goodbye to Tony the Tiger and the Jolly Green Giant. Consumer mafia groups want cartoons, images and even celebrities that might appeal to children banned from food advertising - even if the ads are actually aimed at parents.
I am in total agreement with Beth Johnson's Aug. 8 Commentary column, "Enough to make you lose your appetite." Proposed restrictions on food marketing, designed by a government interagency working group, have little, if any, rationale considering the food they would end up targeting.