Responsible marketing & advertising

Europe’s food and drink manufacturers recognise the need to ensure that all advertising and marketing communications is legal, decent and truthful. To this end, FoodDrinkEurope has, together with its members, developed marketing initiatives which support parents in their efforts to promote healthy lifestyles to their children, and which are both responsible in terms of content and the products advertised. Members are active in national self-regulatory pledges and adhering to national, regional and European regulatory frameworks such as the European Commission’s the Audiovisual Media Services Directive.

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Ensuring Marketing Gets the Message Across

spiritsEUROPE

Marketing in secondary schools

UNESDA

Ice-cream manufactures commit to responsible marketing and advertising

Euroglaces

Responsible advertising & marketing to children

CAOBISCO

Unilever’s Responsible Marketing and Advertising Principles

Unilever

Responsible beer advertising through self-regulation

THE BREWERS OF EUROPE

Mars marketing code

Mars

Principles of food marketing communications

ETL-Finland

Danish Forum of Responsible Food Marketing Communication

DI - Fødevarer-Denmark

Revised Dutch Advertising Code for Food and Drink

FNLI-The Netherlands

Charter for better food habits

ANIA-France

Kellogg’s Responsible Marketing

Kellogg

No advertising to children under 12

UNESDA

Code of self-regulation of the advertising of food products directed at minors, prevention of…

FIAB-Spain

Foods for children

PFPZ-Poland

Responsible communication

Ferrero

Responsible Marketing Policy

The Coca-Cola Company

Advertising to children

The EU Pledge

Self-regulatory pledges

ETL-Estonia

The Belgian Pledge

FEVIA-Belgium

The German Advertising Standards Council / Code of Conduct on Commercial Communication for foods…

BLL-Germany

The self-regulatory code for advertising

FEVIA-Belgium

Marketing and advertising

FEDERALIMENTARE-Italy

Responsible marketing in a connected world

Unilever