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House of Commons committee calls for more research, labelling changes on energy drinks

The House of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee recommends more research is carried out to support “evidence-based decision making” and that the opportunity of Brexit should be used to change labelling

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 A UK Parliamentary committee has said that current available evidence does not support a statutory ban on the sale of energy drinks to children.

 

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