Sugar Reduction | Public Health England
PHE | October 2015
The findings from PHE review and the assessment of the evidence-based actions to reduce sugar consumption are set out in this report. The review first considers the need for action – how much sugar we eat, where it comes from, the health issues associated with this and the benefits in reducing our intakes. It then moves on, using our analysis of the evidence, to draw conclusions about what drives our consumption and advises on actions that could be implemented to change our sugar intakes. These include the environment around us that influences our food choices; our food supply and changes that could be made to this; knowledge and training; and local action.