Andrew Jacobs

The New York Times

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Reporter with the international desk of The New York Times.

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Chile's government is forcing multinational companies like Kellogg’s and Pepsi to stop overtly marketing their products to kids, and to put warning labels on their food.

Chile cracks down on junk food

Chile's government is forcing multinational companies like Kellogg’s and Pepsi to stop overtly marketing their products to kids, and to put warning labels on their food.

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