COMMENT - why alcohol, not food, is in the firing line
Obesity and alcohol abuse are deemed as two of the biggest ills facing UK society and the food and drink industries find themselves in the firing line from government and the media. However, this week food manufacturers demonstrated that they have, after recognising their role in rising obesity, been able to work with regulators to tackle the problem. Chris Brook-Carter believes the UK drinks industry has much to learn from its food counterparts.
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