Obesity: Oral and written evidence

Obesity: Oral and written evidence

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Obesity : Third Report of Session 2003-04I do not think you need, for example, protein labelling any more. Nobody ... You often hear the argument, aquot;there is not enough room to put this information on the packagingaquot;. ... The paper I am writing at the moment is What is a Junk Food?

Title:Obesity: Oral and written evidence
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Health Committee
Publisher:The Stationery Office - 2004

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