Junk food: Obesity strategy falling apart, Jamie Oliver says

Junk food: Obesity strategy falling apart, Jamie Oliver says

Junk food: Obesity strategy falling apart, Jamie Oliver says By Adam Durbin BBC News - Published Health campaigners say the government's obesity strategy is "falling apart", after it delayed bans on multi-buy deals for junk food and pre-watershed TV advertising. Chef Jamie Oliver said banning adverts was vital to protecting child health. Multi-buy deals made "people spend more on junk, and less on healthy food", the Children's Food Campaign said. But ministers say they are deferring the policy for a year to assess its impact on the cost of living crisis. The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) said the planned ban on "buy one get one free" (Bogof) deals for food and drinks high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) as well as free refills for soft drinks, …
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