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Sugar suppliers “should be targeted” to reduce dietary intake, says research group

The Food Research Collaboration at the Centre for Food Policy argues that the UK should “take advantage of Brexit” and restrict the supply of sugar to large manufacturers.

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Academics are calling on the UK government to use the opportunity of Brexit to take greater control of the supply of sugar, with the aim of making diets healthier. They recommend specific quotas and a return to minimum prices for sugar.


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