UK: Food Commission slams breakfast cereals
A new study by the UK's Food Commission shows that some breakfast cereals contain as much sugar and fat as five chocolate chip cookies - and goes on to name and shame the worst offenders. The Food Commission said that Quaker's Harvest Crunch with Red Berries contained the highest level of saturated fat. A 50g serving contained 6g of fat, 13g of sugar and just 2g of fibre, which the Commission said was the same as five of Sainsbury's chocolate chip cookies.
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