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  • Kellogg's cuts sugar in kids cereals to tackle obesity
  • Kellogg's cuts sugar in kids cereals to tackle obesity
    Susan Sermoneta (2011) ©

Kellogg's cuts sugar in kids cereals to tackle obesity

Kellogg’s is cutting the amount of sugar in some of its children’s cereals – and stopping marketing other cereals altogether – after coming under pressure from health officials. With a third of UK children now classed as obese, brands are actively looking to produce healthier alternatives.



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