A survey found that New Zealanders are becoming more conscious of sugar intake and potential health impacts.
The New Zealand Herald reported on a survey of over two thousand people by Southern Cross Health Society.
Professor Jim Mann was interviewed about the survey's findings.
"Given that a few years ago no one cared about sugar, it's moved quite quickly. I think it's pretty impressive".
He also commented on reducing sugar intake, food labelling, WHO guidelines, and sugary drinks.
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