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Public Health England may be about to trigger food rioting in the streets, as it’s revealed that it’s had discussion with the food industry about limiting calorie counts in some servings. The ambition is a 20 per cent reduction in calorie load in some of the most fat-carrying danger foods by the year 2024, and they’re doing it for the kids apparently.
Separate stats by PHE say that obesity in English kids aged between 11 and 12 has increased by around one third since 2007, with the survey also containing the worrying stat that rates of severe obesity in year one and year six primary school kids is four times higher in deprived parts of the country. Hence people in
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