Children are exposed to up to 2800 junk food ads every year on their way to and from school, according to Cancer Council NSW and University of Wollongong research.
Junk foods continue to be advertised to children, ten years on from the introduction of industry codes.
About 200,000 NSW children use the train or bus daily. Food companies place advertising to target children on these journeys.
It's no surprise to us, but Kinder Surprise targeted kids with an interactive game on a digital billboard.
Kids are obsessed with 'minions' and anything to do with the Despicable Me movie franchise and unfortunately junk food companies take advantage of this obsession.
Popular Aussie brands have become so familiar to our children that they have their own personality.