Food Active Blog: When the Coca-Cola truck comes to your town

Food Active Blog: When the Coca-Cola truck comes to your town

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Food Active has published a blog on the FUSE (Center for Transitional Research in Public Health) website, “When the Coca-Cola Truck comes to your town”

The blog discusses the concerns around Coca-Cola’s Christmas promotion of high sugar drinks to children, the work Food Active has been involved in over the past couple of years attempting to tackle the truck and symbolic comments from Public Health England last month.

To read the blog, follow this link.


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