Shops agree to limit sugary drinks sales in hospitals

WHSmith, Marks & Spencer, Subway and Greggs have all agreed to cut the proportion of sugary drinks they sell in their hospital shops in England.

NHS England has asked all retailers with hospital outlets to limit the drinks to no more than 10% of the total beverages they sell by next April.

Companies that do not comply will face a total ban on selling sugary drinks in hospital shops.

Campaigners welcomed the move to

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