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Many Fruit Juices For Kids Sold In The U.K. Are More Sugary Than Coca-Cola

November 10, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
More than 25 percent of fruit juices targeted at children and sold in British supermarkets contain as much or more sugar than Coca-Cola. According to a report by Action on Sugar, store brands from Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and ASDA were “among the worst culprits”. For example, ASDA’s Chosen by Kids tropical juice drink contains seven teaspoons of sugar per 200 ml -- more than a teaspoon more than regular Coke. A quarter of the juice drinks contain added sugar or glucose-fructose syrup. Health experts from Action on Sugar urge parents to skip fruit juices altogether, except perhaps at mealtimes.
Sarah Knapton, "Fruit drinks aimed at children contain more sugar than Coca-Cola", The Telegraph, November 10, 2014, © Telegraph Media Group Limited
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