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Kelloggs claimed its Coco Pops Cereal and Milk Bars were the "best choice for a lunchbox treat" and used images of grapes and a wholemeal bread sandwich on packaging, despite containing 41g of sugar per 100g.

Dairylea promised "no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives added" but did not mention that one "bite" contained nearly a third of a child's daily recommended maximum saturated fat intake.

KFC showed children volunteering to clean up after eating one of the takeaway chain's meals.

An ad for Burger King Aberdeen Angus Mini-Burgers showed a mum declaring "the lunch battle is over".
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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Dec 14, 2008
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