Health officers have named and shamed what they are saying are probably the most sugary breakfast cereals.
Some, including Kellogg’s Frosties and Coco Pops, include three-and-a-half sugar cubes or extra per 40g serving, Public Health Liverpool (PHL) discovered.
A seven to 10-year-old’s beneficial maximum every day allowance is six cubes.
Kellogg’s stated it had just lately decreased sugar in Coco Pops by 14% and added the beneficial portion measurement for its cereals was 30g.
A spokesperson stated its “long-term sugar discount programme” had also seen sugar lowered in different cereals like Special Okay and Bran Flakes.
The Liverpool campaign Save Youngsters from Sugar has damaged cereals down into “excessive” and “medium” sugar classifications and in addition recommends healthier choices.
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