CHPA on codex and advertising
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Codex Alimentarius Commission's Committee on Food Labeling should "concentrate its efforts in areas other than an advertising definition," CHPA asserts in April 13 comments to USDA. CHPA "does not believe there is a sufficient rationale to develop an international definition of advertising" and points to cultural differences that influence the regulation of advertising in different countries. "Advertising is best regulated by national bodies, which can better tailor their approach," the group says, urging the U.S. government to "support removal of this item from the agenda." The committee is slated to meet in Washington, D.C. April 26...
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