IEA research is quoted in The Daily Star
The Daily Star noted that “traditional sweets like jelly babies and sherbet lemons are facing extinction over demands for massive reductions in sugar intake. The past two years have seen public health agencies set 220 goals to cut salt and sugar in popular treats, the Institute of Economic Affairs has found.”
“There are now fears iconic treats such as Black Jacks, Fruit Salad chews and flying saucers, will be forced off shop shelves for good. Boiled sweets like pear drops are made almost entirely of sugar, meaning they are especially at risk under the measures. Now the Institute has hit out at the plans” says The Daily Star.
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Access to the publication ‘Cooking for Bureaucrats’ here.