14 thoughts on “89 percent of children’s food unhealthy, but claims to be healthy

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  2. HEALTH: Campaigners have asked the government to introduce a “sugar tax” to discourage consumption of sweetened soft drinks.

    Action on Sugar said it had developed a seven-point plan to curb childhood obesity including the tax and banning junk food sports sponsorships.

    Science director Dr Aseem Malhotra said: “It is really quite shameful that the food industry continues to spend billions in junk food advertising targeting children.”



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