Calling for the Government to introduce a 20p per litre sugary drinks duty
Join our campaign to tackle the number one source of added sugar in children and teenagers diets. The revenue raised from a duty on sugary drinks could also be used to set-up a Children's Health Fund, paying for programmes to improve children's health and protect the environment they grow up in.
Parents' efforts to help their children eat healthily are being undermined by sophisticated promotions for unhealthy foods on TV and online - these adverts are exploiting loopholes in advertising regulations.
We want the UK Government to introduce stronger regulations to stop companies from advertising unhealthy foods directly to children.
Save our School Food Standards
Academies do not have to apply the standards which safeguard school food. There is a real danger of poor quality food creeping back on the menu and junk-food vending machines edging their way back onto school grounds.
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Action on Junk Food Marketing - sign the petition calling on government to close the loopholes allowing junk food to be advertised to children on TV and online.
Sugary Drinks Duty - Support the campaign for a sugary drinks duty, to reduce children's sugar consumption. The revenue generated could pay for programmes to improve children's health and protect the environment they grow up in.
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Children's Food Campaign
Food and Farming Policy
London Food Link
Organic Sector Development
Real Bread Campaign
Save Our Antibiotics
Sugary Drinks Duty
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