Calls to Number 10 to stick to plan to ban junk food BOGOFs

Health and food organisations are urging Number 10 to stand by its plan to ban multibuy promotions on junk food saying there should be no delay in implementing a key part of the Government’s obesity strategy.

Further evidence of the impact the current cost of living crisis is having on household food insecurity has emerged, with 7 million adults reporting missing meals in the last month. The Money Advice Service has previously concluded that supermarket BOGOF (buy-one-get-one-free) deals can cost consumers £1,300 more a year as just 2% of knowing how to spot the best deals.

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