Marketing food to the vulnerable

Posted on: Tue 2 May 2017

The way we are sold into buying items for our everyday use are the often the result of strategic marketing plans, pitched to make the most vulnerable of society feel like we not only want these items but that we need them.

Darcy Simper-Brown speaks to Flinders University Associate Professor of Nutrition and Dietetics Dr. Kaye Mehta to provide an insight into the world of food marketing and the repercussions it has on those prone to marketing’s call.

Produced by Darcy Simper-Brown.

Image source: Cory Doctorow, Flickr




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