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Brough, Colin
July 2005
Brand Strategy;Jul/Aug2005, Issue 194, p32
Trade Publication
Explores the strategies employed to uphold government regulations concerning the marketing of food and alcohol brands in Great Britain. Introduction of sensible drinking messages; Avoidance of using sexy women or any references to sex in advertising; Adoption of marketing programs that focus on the taste, flavor or organic content of a product.


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