Childhood obesity plan 'disappointing'
The government's childhood obesity plan has been attacked by health experts, campaigners, MPs and the boss of one of Britain's biggest supermarkets.
Measures include a voluntary target to cut sugar in children's food and drink.
Malcolm Clark of the Children's Food Campaign, ISBA Director of Public Affairs Ian Twinn, registered nutritionist Jenny Rosborough and parents Julie Creffield and Emily Leary have been discussing the proposals with the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire .
18 Aug 2016
- From the section Health