Supermarket pledge over products 'not good enough'

Supermarkets that are committing to reduce levels of saturated fat in their products is a "step in the right direction", but it was "no where near enough", the spokesman for the National Obesity Forum warned today.

Tam Fry, who is also the chairman of the Child Growth Foundation, told ITV News that the industry "does not want the regulations".

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Saturated fat warning

Over four in five adults have no idea how much saturated fat they should eat ever day, a new poll has warned. Several supermarkets have committed to reducing levels of saturated fat in their products.