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It's tricky to regulate these issues directly, because food businesses exist to make profit for their shareholders, and will work to side-step regulations. But taxation has worked in Mexico where they introduced a sugar tax on (from memory) carbonated drinks. If I recall correctly the tax reduced consumption of sugar at a population level, which surprised everyone I think! So taxation would be my vote.

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May 3Liked by Liam Moore

Education is key too. Hardly anything in the curriculum about where our food actually comes from and its impact on our health - physical and mental. It is as if they don't want us to know???

Plus - what is served in school canteens πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈπŸ˜₯

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May 3Liked by Liam Moore

It’s really important to tackle this issue in society - for our health and mental wellbeing. Please share any ways we can all pressure government, Liam - when you get the chance!

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