Calls to cap the amount of sugar in food are misguided

Christopher Snowdon appears on BBC Radio Five Live

Christopher Snowdon, Director of Lifestyle Economics at the IEA, appears on BBC Radio Five Live to discuss new calls to limit the amount of sugar found in food. Chris argues that it is not the government's place to impose such limits and that public health concerns that target the quantity of sugar in food are misguided.  

You can listen to the programme in full here. Chris' segment begins at 02.17.20 

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