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Parents Want to Ban Candy in School

Published tisdag 12 december 2006 kl 11.31

According to a new poll, 81 percent of Swedish parents want to ban soft drinks and candy in schools.

The survey, conducted by the unions representing nurses, doctors, and dentists here, shows an equal number also want obligatory physical activity for all school children. Seventy percent want more controls on advertising directed towards children for junk food.

The presidents of the three unions presented their results in an article in Tuesday’s edition of the newspaper “Dagens Nyheter”.

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