Public Health England finds some ‘healthy’ snacks contain as much sugar as confectionery
Public Health England has sharply criticised baby and infant food manufacturers for loading their products with unacceptably large amounts of sugar and wrongly promoting them as good for health.
Sugar makes up almost half the content of fruit- and vegetable-based snacks for babies and infants, the agency said in an exposé of the booming baby food market.
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