Supermarkets pledge to limit amount of sugar in stores

Supermarkets have pledged plans to limit the amount of sugar being sold in their stores.

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Sainsbury's to 'shed 633 tonnes of sugar' in soft drinks

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.

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