Delay to junk food ads ban could ‘blow a hole’ in UK obesity strategy

Failing to stop people eating unhealthily will increase number needing NHS treatment, says former health minister Lord Bethell

The decision to delay a ban on supermarket offers, including “buy-one-get-one-free” deals on junk food, could “blow a hole” in the government’s obesity strategy, a former health minister has warned.

Amid rising concern about food costs, it emerged on Friday that the government will delay a ban on multibuy deals for foods deemed unhealthy or fattening. It will also pause plans to ban pre-watershed TV advertising for foods high in fat, salt or sugar.

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