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Health advocates launch campaign to ban sweets at checkouts

There's a renewed push by some in the U.K.

The Junk Free Checkouts campaign was luanched in teh U.K. recently to force superamrkets to stop the sale of  sweets at the register.

The British Dietetic Association and the Children’s Food Campaign are behind the proposal, after surveys found that more than 90%  of shoppers believe the practice leads to obesity.

Recently, the government seemed to abadon its earlier push to clampdown on junkfood at the till.

Among the worst grocers for sweets at the checkout: Asda, Morrisons and Tesco.

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