Restrictions on marketing food to children

Line drawing of a television with a "no" circle (circle with diagonal line through it) on the screen

Global map showing countries with national-level, mandatory policies aimed at protecting children from harmful marketing for unhealthy foods or beverages by limiting children’s exposure to marketing and/or by limiting the persuasive power of food marketing via restrictions on the use of certain creative marketing techniques. This resource includes a chart comparing policy scope in each country and more details on limits to television advertising.

Learn more about marketing regulations in our partner countries and the evidence for limiting food and beverage marketing as a policy to improve public health.

Marketing restrictions around the world

Updated March 2024