Dutch city of Haarlem becomes world's first to ban meat advertising

Dutch city of Haarlem becomes world's first to ban meat advertising

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Category : International Published on: September 14 2022

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  • The Dutch city of Haarlem is set to become the first in the world to ban advertisements for most meat because of its impact on climate change.
  • The city of 160,000 people near Amsterdam has agreed to outlaw ads for intensively farmed meat on public places like buses, shelters and screens from 2024.
  • Amsterdam and The Hague have already banned ads for air travel, petrol-driven cars and fossil fuels but now Haarlem is set to add meat to that list.
  • Singapore has banned ads for the unhealthiest sugary drinks
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