This national survey of district public school officials finds that advertising in schools is pervasive, that it is dominated by corporations that sell foods of minimal nutritional value and foods high in fat and sugar, that schools make little money from their participation in advertising, and that most schools' programs would not be reduced if advertising were eliminated.
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Molnar, A., Garcia, D. R., Boninger, F., & Merrill, B. (2006). A National Survey of the Types and Extent of the Marketing of Foods of Minimal Nutritional Value in Schools. Boulder, CO: National Education Policy Center. Retrieved [date] from https://scholar.colorado.edu/nepc/431
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