Typically differentiated by age or family composition
young singles consumers favor nondurable goods
young married couples without children are usually more affluent than young singles
young married couples with children are driven by their children’s needs
middle-aged couples have better financial position
Middle-aged couples without children have large discretionary fund
older married and older unmarried form a sizable market for Medicare and travelling
The influence on consumer decision making in the context of the relationship dynamics of the household.
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Food and beverage marketing is a major factor that influences children’s food preferences and purchasing requests.6-8 Marketers use many avenues to reach children with their messages such as using popular cartoon characters and toy giveaways to increase the pester-power of youth.9-11 Billboards, in-school advertisements, TV commercials, product placement in television shows/movies/video games and in grocery stores, Internet websites and games, and smart phone applications are often used to deliver messages and engage youth.6,9 While technology and advertising techniques are changing, television remains the most prominent method of marketing food and beverages to youth, especially for those in early childhood.3,12 Annually, the food and beverage industry spends $1.23 billion on marketing food and beverages to children under the age of 12 years.13
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A major determinant of food preferences is taste. Eating habits and taste preference develop early in life and remain relatively stable through young adulthood.4,5 As taste preferences are acquired through learning processes6 including repeated exposure and positive messaging about various foods, exposure to TV viewing early in life can have a marking lifelong influence in eating practices.
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As one-third of U.S. children and adolescents are overweight or obese, it is critical to examine the extent to which TV viewing and TV food advertising negatively influence current and future eating behaviours among children and adolescents. It is also important to discuss potential regulations that can protect children from TV ads and deceptive marketing. Finally, given the ubiquitous nature of TV advertising, implications for policy, parents and service providers will be discussed.
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While multiple factors influence eating behaviours and food choices of youth, two potent forces are television (TV) viewing and exposure to TV food advertising. In the United States, children and adolescents watch TV for almost four and a half hours each day.1 During this time, children between the ages of 2 to 12 are exposed to up to a total of 38 minutes of advertising each day. Food advertising accounts for half of all advertising time in children’s TV programs. Children between 2 to 7 years see 12 food ads and those between 8 to 12 years see 21 food ads each day, or 7,609 ads each year.2 While some data indicate that food advertising to young children has decreased since a peak in 2004,3 the number of food advertisements and the types of foods advertised remains disturbing.