Public Health England unveils plans for supermarket and restaurant calorie reduction.
The move by PHE forms part of the agency’s ongoing efforts to persuade the food industry to create products with less fat, salt and sugar to help improve peoples’ health. Cafes, fast food takeaways and restaurants are being asked to reduce the calories in the goods they sell by 20% by 2024. The targets are only voluntary. Anti-obesity campaigners have called for them to be made compulsory.
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