Monnier, Sandrine
May 2004
Brand Strategy;May2004, Issue 182, p48
Trade Publication
Reports obesity rate in Great Britain. Examination of the differences in attitude between the overweight and obese; Factors contributing to the increase in Obesity; Impact of advertising on consumer attitudes.


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