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UK supermarkets ban sales of energy drinks to under-16s
by Rebecca Smithers, Consumer Affairs Correspondent
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5 March 2018
On 5 March 2018 The Guardian reported:
Sales of energy drinks to children under 16 will be banned by most major UK supermarkets from Monday (5 March), following concerns about their high levels of sugar and caffeine and impact on health and behaviour. The teachers' union NASUWT called last year for the sale of the drinks to under-16s to be banned by all retailers. Also seeking a ban are medical experts ... as well as the TV chef and food campaigner Jamie Oliver.
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