1/21/2014

Health officials in the UK met with supermarkets and suppliers before Christmas to formulate proposed changes designed to fight childhood obesity, including limiting promotions of foods that are high in fat, salt and sugar. The government has given grocers a limited time to agree to voluntary changes such as removing "guilt lanes" from the checkout areas and instituting a code to limit marketing of those foods to children.

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