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Sat 5 May - Mon 7 May: Catch the Moshi Bus

"If you’re going to be around the Brent Cross Shopping Centre in London on Saturday 5th May to Monday 7th May, then there is a very special bus you will just want to catch. It’s the Moshi Bus, and not only does it have four wheels and seats, but it also has a slide, a Moshi sweet shop, and loads of Moshi Monsters goodies to show off.

"If you go along you can expect lots of fun activities, and some exclusive Topps Moshi Monsters Trading Cards to check out. You can make badges, colour in stickers, and buy the latest Moshi gear up on the top deck. They are expecting long queues for this Moshi-spectacular, so get their [sic] early if you want to take a ride."

Time and place
Outside Fenwick, Brent Cross Shopping Centre, London, NW4 3FN
Saturday 5 May – Monday 7 May
10am-5pm (12pm-6pm Sunday)

'Sweets and Snacks Europe' web site:
"Does the industry use loopholes to advertise to children?"
Link to web site

"According to the Children’s Food Campaign (CFC) and the British Heart Foundation (BHF), junk food companies are using loopholes in advertising rules to bombard children with unhealthy food messages online.

"... It states how junk food manufacturers ... push these unhealthy products. All the brands featured in the report are products which are high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS).

"... However, the Director of Communications for the Food and Drink Federation, Terry Jones, says:
"It is disappointing that the report authors have been highly selective over the information presented, in order to make yet another of their seasonal attacks on the food industry."

1 comment:

  1. Maybe Terry Jones could reduce the 5000 tonnes of Easter Egg packaging that has just been produced.