Child sugar consumption is storing up a mountain of health problems

John Freeman
Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Governments, like all large bureaucracies, have an innate tendency to act slowly. Sometimes they adopt a softly, softly approach. Other times they realise suddenly that a crisis is waiting in the wings, and over-react.

According to the label, a 500ml bottle of Pepsi contains 56g of sugars (pictured), but when it is dissolved, it is invisible
According to the label, a 500ml bottle of Pepsi contains 56g of sugars (pictured), but when it is dissolved, it is invisible

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