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bbc.co.uk - 1 readers - A new sugar tax on the soft drinks industry will be introduced, the chancellor has announced. How will it work and what will the money will be spent on?
qz.com - 1 readers - "One thing that makes me very sad about the industry is the view that processed food is bad food."
wsj.com - 1 readers - McDonald's, Boston Market and Kraft are facing greater pressure to make products more nutritious. But when they alter their recipes to cut the salt, sugar and fat, they often do it quietly, afraid customers will turn away.
independent.co.uk - 1 readers - Cadbury is preparing to fight back this Easter after suffering losses over its controversial change of recipe for the popular Creme Egg. The chocolate company owned by Mondelez, a subsidiary US company Kraft, is upping marketing spend on Creme Egg from £3 million to £4 million in a bid to reverse sliding value sales of 7.4 per cent, according to...