Posted: 14 Nov 2016 04:01 PM PST
Nearly three out of four drinks also have more sugar than children under 11 should consume, says report
Half of the fizzy drinks sold in supermarkets have more sugar in one can than an adult should consume in a day, with ginger beer as the worst offender, research has found.
New research reveals that 55% of all the carbonated drinks on sale in shops from Aldi to Waitrose contain more than 30 grams, or seven teaspoons, of sugar – the limit that everyone over the age of 11 is encouraged to stick to.Continue reading...
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