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This story originally appeared on Alto Nivel
By Surya Palacios
The Mexican Senate is preparing to approve an initiative to reform the Education Law that will limit the sale of hypercaloric foods, also known as junk food, to minors, in businesses and outlets near all schools in the country, and although It is not a direct prohibition, it proposes that the municipal and state authorities do cancel the commercialization of these products.
Morena’s initiative proposes that the educational authorities promote before the governments of the entities, the municipalities and the federation, ” the prohibition of the sale of foods with low nutritional value and high caloric content in the vicinity of school facilities “, details the document whose first reading opinion was published this Tuesday in