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Sweden's adolescents eat too much junk food, accoridng to a new study.
Sweden's adolescents eat too much junk food, accoridng to a new study. Credit: Keith Srakocic/TT

Swedish adolescents eat too much junk food and meat: study

3:25 min

In a survey of adolescents around the country, the National Food Agency found that, in general, kids are eating too many sweets and too much red and processed meat.

Radio Sweden found out more from Anna Karin Lindroos, a nutritionist at the National Food Agency.

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