Our March newsletter is out now!

Last month we took a look at the different types of sugar and how to identify them. This month the spotlight is on food labels and ‘sugar swaps’. Learning more about this can help you to make healthier food choices, so it’s really worth investigating!

Project Food newsletter March 2022

The NHS ‘Healthier Families’ website can also offer lots of useful information on how to reduce your sugar and tips on looking out for those healthy swaps!!

Reducing sugar – Food facts – Healthier Families – NHS (




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