IEA research quoted in The Daily Telegraph
Outlining on the recent and proposed extensions to cut sugar consumption, The Daily Telegraph notes that “research by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) reveals that in the last two years, public health agencies have set 220 different goals to cut salt and sugar in common foodstuffs.”
“The IEA said the latest plans would make it “impossible” for some of Britain’s most popular treats to exist… In the new report the IEA warns that the detailed measures – which insist that in future, sweets should contain less than 50 per cent sugar – would bring an end to many well-known favourites.”
Read the full piece here.
Access to the publication ‘Cooking for Bureaucrats’ here.