Sainsbury's is to "shed 633 tonnes of sugar" in soft drinks by September and Asda plans to "delist all added sugar" in standard squashes later this year.
LIDL have removed sweets, chocolate and fizzy drinks from its checkouts, ITV News Consumer Editor Chris Choi reports.
Sugar: a flood of pledges coming in from retailers: By September Sainsbury’s soft drinks will shed 633 tonnes of sugar
I'm told Asda "plans to delist all added sugar standard squashes later this year"
Sugar: •LIDL have removed sweets, chocolate and fizzy drinks from checkouts
It's already clear most of us eat too much, so the focus really needs to be how, as a country, we go about changing our sugar-eating habits.
Sugar can be labelled in multiple ways, making it harder to spot.
ITV News looked the added sugars in several everyday food products.