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Remove sugary drinks for Fizz Free February

Stop selling or offering drinks high in sugar and promote water instead.

  • Stop selling or offering drinks high in sugar
  • Promote water and no-added-sugar drinks instead


Read our case study of how one hospital successfully removed sugary drinks from its café and restaurant.

Drinking just one 330ml can of full sugar fizzy drink a day could add up to over a stone weight gain per year. Sugary drinks are the largest single source of sugar for children and teenagers. They offer no nutritional benefits to a nation already suffering high levels of obesity-related diseases and dental decay.

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Remove sugary items from vending machines and display information about the amount of sugar in everyday food and drink.

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