Consumer organisations in over 30 countries will be publishing national results of a Consumers International study in the coming weeks, revealing the shocking levels of sugar and salt in children's breakfast cereals.
The results provide further evidence to support CI's call to ban the marketing of unhealthy food and drink to children. The demands are set out in our proposed international Code to the World Health Organization.
CI will publish the global findings of the cereal study in October.
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Lic. Nut. Miguel Leopoldo Alvarado