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Children’s foods are over-sugared

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A bag of gummy bears, a fruit juice rich in vitamins or popular breakfast cereals have something in common: foods that are primarily aimed at children often contain too much fat and sugar. This is reported by the “SonntagsZeitung” and “Le Matin Dimanche” based on an investigation by the Alliance of Swiss Consumer Protection Organizations.

The major distributors Migros and Coop were affected, as were the grocers Aldi and Lidl. Consumer protection analyzed 344 children’s products for their nutritional values ​​as well as their fat, sugar and salt content. The research showed that 94 percent of the goods purchased did not meet the World Health Organization’s requirements for balanced foods.

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