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Should the amount of sugar in certain foods be limited?

5 May 2014 Last updated at 14:26 BST

Three-quarters of British people say they want to see limits on the amount of sugar in certain foods, according to a survey carried out for BBC Radio 5 Live.

World health experts have recommended limiting our daily sugar intake to just six teaspoons.

But the UK's largest sugar supplier says blaming one ingredient for the obesity crisis is too simplistic.

Jo Black reports.

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