Sugary drinks face ban from NHS hospital shops
One year ago - By Daily Mail
Firms that have agreed to reduce sugary drinks to 10 per cent or less of total drink sales in their NHS hospital shops across England include WH Smith, Marks & Spencer, Greggs and Subway.
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