It was hailed as a plan for action to significantly reduce childhood obesity by supporting healthier choices. But, despite a raft of measures announced - ranging from sugar reduction and sugar taxes to developing new nutrient profiles – experts say it ignored the need for restrictions on junk-food advertising and unhealthy product placement in supermarkets. So one year on, what is the progress to date? And how is the strategy improving children’s nutrition, health and wellbeing?
Host: Sarah Smith, Presenter, Sunday Politics
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Steve Brine MP, Minister of Public Health and Innovation Department of Health
Louise Lam, Childhood Obesity Officer, British Dietetic Association
Jon Ashworth MP, Shadow Health Minister
Natacha Neumann, Co-Founder, Googly Fruit UK