Diet 'disaster'

28th April 2000 at 01:00
MOST FOOD targeted at children is "complete junk" according to the Food Commission, an independent watchdog. Its investigation of "healthy" products (excluding crips and sweets) found that only 7 per cent had low levels of sugar, salt and saturated fat. More than 75 per cent of foods were "nutritional disasters".


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