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How much sugar is there in sweetened drinks?

A committee of scientific experts is calling on the government to halve the recommended daily intake of sugar.

The main sources of sugar in the diet are sweetened drinks and cereal, confectionery, fruit juice, and sugar added at the table.

Joanna Gosling, standing in for Victoria Derbyshire, looks at how much sugar there is in some of the most popular sweetened drinks.

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  • 17 Jul 2015
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