Tesco’s Plant Chef vegan burger adverts have been banned over “misleading” claims and numerous complaints.
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The England and Wales Cricket Board has apologised for what it has called an “internal error” that resulted in an advertising email for HFSS snacks being sent to under 16s.
Popular smoothie manufacturer Innocent had been accused by 26 viewers of misleading viewers about the total environment impact of Innocent products, with the manufacturer claiming it intended to set out a “purpose-led message”.
Plastic campaign organisation, City to Sea, has said that confusion about 'single-use' plastic has the potential to increase the volume of plastic bottles ending up in the environment, making worse the environmental damage that plastic pollution causes.
ASA rules advertisements from Kentucky Fried Chicken and Kellogg's Cocoa Pops were wrongly directed at children under 16.
The complaints against the companies were submitted by campaign groups arguing they were publishing ads directed at children for products that were high in fat, salt or sugar.