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Children fall victim to an obesity epidemic?

The Government mutters advice but why doesn’t it stop junk food being targeted at the very young? Food writer Joanna Blythman discovers the answers – and how we can get our children (and ourselves) out of this sorry, sticky mess

It happens every day, everywhere. Children arrive home from school hungry and obstreperous, revved up on sugar and dehydrated after a day at a school where water must be slurped from a tap in the toilets, or purchased and costs more than a can of cola; where cafeteria meals have ingredients of dubious quality and are often inedible; and where lunch-boxes are routinely based around a sweet drink and the food industry’s latest inventive take on “hand-held snacks for kids”.

Read the original article at: The Independent

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