The Sugar Reduction Summit: Sugar, Sweetness and Obesity

The Sugar Reduction Summit: Sugar, Sweetness and Obesity

The Sugar Reduction Summit takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine on Monday 7th December.

It is the only event to provide a neutral and balanced platform for policy makers and key stakeholders within the nutrition, health and wellbeing, scientific and food industries to come together and explore evidence-based research on the impact of sweetness in our diets and debate the importance of managing sweetness in sugar reduction.

The Summit will bring together the latest science and evidence, taste and sensory studies, innovations in food technology and consumer purchasing trends to fully explore the role of sweetness in our diets.

Click here to find out more about the Sugar Reduction Summit.


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