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Kids’ favourite pop stars endorse unhealthy food

From Beyoncé to Justin Timberlake, pop stars earn big bucks promoting food and drink brands like McDonald's and Pepsi. But a study of these multi-million dollar deals found that the grub they endorse is almost exclusively unhealthy, with soda, fast food and sweets being the most common.

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