Smaller retailers could be ‘unfairly targeted’ if childhood obesity strategy is implemented

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Smaller retailers may be 'unfairly targeted' if the government's childhood obesity strategy is implemented, the Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) has warned. The response comes after new proposals by the government to ban confectionery by checkouts and aisle ends were unveiled earlier this month. ACS chief executive James Lowman said it would be costly for smaller…

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By Megan Humphrey 02 Jul, 2018

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