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UK proposes restrictions on the use of food and drink promotions

The proposal is part of a raft of measures coming out of the UK designed to tacked diet-related illnesses, particularly among children.

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The UK government has proposed new rules that would restrict retailers from using promotions of food and drink high in fat, salt and sugar (HFSS), such as “buy one get one free”.

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