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Meal Deals Survey Media Coverage

31 October 2017

TV
ITV Lunchtime News
BBC London 

Radio
LBC
BBC Radio London
BBC Radio 1
Kingdom FM
Highland Radio 

Print
The Times - The lunch deal that comes with 30 spoons of sugar, page 20
The Telegraph - Warnings over sugar in store meal deals, page 10
The Guardian - Excess sugar in meal deals leaves sour taste for health campaigners, page 4
i Newspaper - Supermarket 'meal deals' contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar, page 8
The Daily Mail - The High Street lunch meal deals with 30 teaspoons of sugar, page 29
The Sun - Stores' sugary lunches, page 20
The Daily Star - Sugar hell of meal deals, page 7
The Grocer
The Grocer Daily Print - opinion piece led by Ian Quinn

Online
Independent: Supermarket lunch meal deals contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar, study finds
The Telegraph: Warning over supermarket lunchtime meal deals that contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar
Mail Online: The supermarket meal deals that contain THREE TIMES as much sugar as a can of Coca Cola
The Guardian: High street lunch meal deals 'can contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar'
The Sun: Not so sweet lunchtime meal deals in supermarkets pack up to 30 teaspoons of sugar - more than four times the recommended daily limit
Express: The danger of the high street meal deal that contains THIRTY teaspoons of sugar
Mirror: Lunchtime meal deals from Tesco, WH Smith and Morrisons contain up to THIRTY spoonfuls of sugar 
Huffpost: Lunchtime meal deals can contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar, campaigners warn
The Scotsman: Supermarkets meal deals have same sugar as '79 chocolate fingers' 
Insider.co.uk Find out which lunchtime meal deals 'contain nearly 30 teaspoons of sugar'
BT: Lunchtime meal deals contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar, survey finds
Daily Echo: Lunchtime meal deals contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar, survey finds
Metro: Your lunchtime meal deal contains up to 30 teaspoons of sugar
Talking Retail: Lunch meal deals contain up to four days worth of sugar, finds research
West Sussex County Times: Meal deals sold with same amount of sugar as 79 chocolate fingers
Belfast Telegraph: Lunchtime meal deals contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar, survey finds 
Evening Standard: Supermarket meal deals 'contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar'
iNews: Supermarket meal deals contain 'up to 30 teaspoons of sugar'
HuffPost Blog: Sugar Awareness Week - What's the deal? 
The Grocer: Supermarket meal deals 'have up to 30 teaspoons of sugar'
Diabetes.co.uk High street meal deals criticised for containing up to 30 teaspoons of sugar
Halesowen News: Lunchtime meal deals contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar, new survey finds
East Lothian Courier: Lunchtime meal deals contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar, survey finds 
KamCity: Supermarket lunchtime meal deals criticised for containing up to 30 teaspoons of sugar
Food Navigator: Sweet deal? Campaign group slams meal combo's sugar content 
Viral News: Action on sugar reveals sugariest supermarket meal deals 
News & Star: How much sugar is in most popular meal deals from UK supermarkets? 
Oxford Mail: Lunchtime meal deals contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar, survey finds
Edinburgh Evening News: Supermarket meal deals 'contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar'
Food & Drink International: Meal deals in firing line as high sugar content revealed
Derby Telegraph: The lunchtime meal deals that can contain up to 30 spoonfuls of sugar
Care UK: Just thirty spoonfuls of sugar help lunch go down
Grimsby Telegraph: This week is Sugar Awareness Week - Do you know how much you're consuming?
North-West Evening Mail: How much sugar is in most poplar meal deals from UK supermarkets?
Unilad: Supermarket lunch deals contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar 
Heart Research UK: What's the deal? New findings reveal lunchtime meal deals serve up four full days' worth of sugar in just one meal
Jersey Evening Post: Lunchtime meal deals contain up to 30 teaspoons of sugar, survey finds
Nutrition Insight: Bad deal: Some UK lunchtime meal deals contain four days' worth of sugar, lobby group says  
SW Londoner: Nutritionist warns of dangers of high street meal deals

 

 

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