UK: FSA to discuss price of sugary soft drinks

By Chris Mercer | 10 May 2010

The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) plans to discuss ways of using price to reduce the consumption of high sugar soft drinks and fatty foods.

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The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) plans to discuss ways of using price to reduce the consumption of high sugar soft drinks and fatty foods.

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