A McDonald’s monopoly campaign in which customers who are lucky enough to win prizes, including food, pose a “threat to public health,” said Rep. Tom Watson.
He said the fast-food giant should end its annual competition this week and encourage people to order more, the observer said.
The government plans to ban junk food television commercials before 9:00 p.m. to address childhood obesity.
McDonald’s said “customer choice” is the heart of its business. Watson, who is an inspiration to many of us urged to give up the marketing campaign and help the needy ones.
However, McDonald’s argued that people can participate by buying some of the healthier foods on the menu and that buying larger items no longer gives them a chance to assert themselves. It was predicted that this year, customers will receive some lucrative prizes at the end. We have removed the incentive to make them big.”
Start a public consultation to find out if there should be a turning point on television and in online advertising for foods high in fat, sugar, and salt.
Advertising for junk food on children’s television shows has been banned since 2007.
Britain faces a crisis due to childhood obesity. By 2022/23, up to 1,000 children and the elderly will need to be treated for serious obesity-related problems, the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs said. “Dealing with families”
In his letter, subordinate Watson wrote: “Almost two-thirds of adults in England are overweight or obese.
The health of children is a factor of concern today for the people in the UK. Obesity and a sugary diet cause several serious health problems, including type 2 diabetes, that the NHS treats 10% of the costs of its budget every year.
Key To Good Health
It is necessary to eat healthily and to make sure that the health of the people in the country remains at its best. Healthy food is key to good health.
Type 2 diabetes affects one in 16 adults in the UK and causes very high blood sugar levels. It is strongly related to diet and lifestyle.
It is the most common form of diabetes. Nine out of ten diabetics in the UK have type 2. Type 1, on the other hand, is an autoimmune disorder and is not associated with being overweight or inactive.
Watson said that he fear about the McDonald’s monopoly. It may be dangerous for people’s health.
In the campaign, which is based on the board game of the same name, customers collect stickers in hopes of winning big prizes or receiving instant prizes like free food