Chile bans toys in children's meals to try to fight obesity

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Chile passed a new law a few weeks ago which bans fast-food companies from luring children into their restaurants by putting toys in children's meals.

But some say more needs to be done to educate consumers on the dangers of unhealthy food in a country where it is thought that nearly 25% of all six-year-olds are obese.

David Cuen reports.

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