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Which of the following do you think would most help consumers reduce their sugar intake?

A clearer understanding of which foods make the largest contribution to our sugar intake in the UK - 29.2%
A clearer understanding of the difference between added or free sugars and total sugars in foods - 16%
Practical dietary tips suggesting alternatives to foods high in sugar - 23.3%
Practical daily diet plans showing examples of low sugar and high sugar diets - 10.9%
Clear messages on the evidence on low calorie sweeteners and health - 5.4%
Better understanding on how sugars are included on food labels - 14%

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