Hospitals could ban fizzy drinks sales

Hospital shops have agreed to limit the sales of sugary drinks on NHS premises after being told that sugary products would be banned if not.

Firms including WH Smith, Marks & Spencer, Greggs and Subway who operate outlets on hospital grounds have all agreed to try and meet a target of reducing sugary drink sale to 10% or less of their total refreshment sales.

You can read the full article here.

Front line reports on the sugar war