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Calls to cut sugar in fizzy drinks

12 June 2014 Last updated at 07:57 BST

Campaigners have stepped up their calls for the amount of sugar in fizzy drinks to be reduced.

It comes after new research found levels to be what the group Action on Sugar calls "shockingly high and unnecessary".

Three-quarters of the cans it tested contained the maximum recommended daily amount of six teaspoons per can.

Sophie Hutchinson reports.

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