The policy was floated by David Cameron last summer
The people at risk are the ones who need to be listened to
Cancer Research data finds 11 to 18-year-olds eat and drink three times the recommended sugar limit
Health campaigners welcome supermarket's decision
Scientists say GPs should not fear offending obese patients and should send them to weight loss classes to save NHS money
Over 1.6 million children began schools overweight in the past decade, leading to concerns over future costs to the health care sector
Prescriptions have gone up by more than a third in just five years
'The less one gains, the less one then has to worry about trying to lose it'
Participants lose more weight without monitoring device
The emergency services were called to more than 900 incidents involving obese people last year, according to new figures
It’s astounding to me that people can hear ‘Three-quarters of your society could be obese by 2035’ and react with: ‘This is clearly a problem at an individual level’
Steinbeisser has asked artists from 35 different countries to create tableware that challenges eating norms using locally sourced materials
If we were doing things right we’d tax the salt, fat and sugar content of all foods – but what a regressive tax that would be, adding many pounds to a family’s weekly food bill. Which politician is going to advocate a tax on bread?
The food and drinks industry’s involvement in the campaign will be voluntary, and only if it fails to reach the targets set will the Government consider using ‘other levers’
The group of businesses represents 400,000 people across several sectors
Our brains control our feelings of hunger more than previously thought, scientists find