Hotline: BBC Worldwide to look at licensing children's brands

BBC Worldwide is to stop licensing its children's brands to "junk" food manufacturers, following pressure from the anti-obesity lobby. Brands such as the Fimbles, Tweenies and Teletubbies are used on nearly 100 products but now BBC Worldwide has said it will look at linking with nutritionally balanced foods.

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