Yoghurt pots may be pulled from supermarket shelves or slimmed down to cut their sugar content

Dairy giants could be shamed into taking some yoghurt pots off shelves and downsize others in an attack on sugar by health watchdogs.
Public Health England, which has been put in charge of part of the Government's Childhood Obesity Strategy, is alarmed that sugary yoghurts are fuelling weight gain.
Like fizzy drinks, many flavoured yoghurts are packed with sugar, however they will not be subject to the Government's planned sugar levy.
PHE has suggested that manufacturers should to cap the size of single serve pots of yoghurt at 125g.
It also wants to slash the average amount of sugar in... read more

14 November 2016 in Health, Views: 47
Source: Daily Mail

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