Burger King plans to drop it’s African American and Hispanic ad agencies
The changes are indicative of a trend that has accelerated as younger consumers, who are often less likely to use traditional labels of race and ethnicity, have become more of a force in the consumer marketplace.
Who is Responsible for the Rise in Childhood Obesity?
African-Americans saw 1.4 to 1.6 times more food ads than white children — fast food in particular. “African-American children and teens had more than double the rate of increase in exposure to fast-food ads compared with their white counterparts.