Progress in reducing food sugar content is being “lost” due to people consuming more sugary items, Public Health England’s chief executive has warned.
Food firms are failing to cut sugar fast enough, with puddings and sweets actually getting more sugary and people consuming more of it overall, figures show.
Morning meals such as waffles, pancakes and crepes sold in restaurants and supermarkets still contain excessive amounts of sugar despite their inclusion in the Government’s strategy to cut childhood obesity, according to a study.
Scotland is to become the first part of the UK to limit the amount of processed red meat that children are given over the school week.
An Aberdeen school is piloting a new healthy eating programme to help youngsters cut down on their sugar intake.
Cereal giant Kellogg's has provoked fury by axing Ricicles as part of plans to cut back on sugar and get children eating healthier breakfasts.
Shares in listed drinks firms dropped sharply on the London market after the sugar tax announcement.
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