Treat? Not any more

18th January 2008 at 00:00
The junk food habits of Britain's children are diminishing the concept of a treat, according to the British Heart Foundation. New research shows that 82 per cent of 7- to 14-year-olds do not think crisps are a treat, and more than half do not consider sweets to be a treat. The research is part of the charity's new Food4Thought campaign, which aims to get junk food advertising banned.

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