Tesco Are “Apparently” On A Mission To Tackle Child Obesity

Tesco To Axe Ribena, Capri-Sun And Rubicon In An Attempt To Tackle Child Obesity

A Tesco logo stands on display outside a Tesco supermarket, operated by Tesco Plc, in London, U.K., on Monday, April 20, 2015. Tesco's April 22 results will serve as a reminder of the scale of the task still facing new Chief Executive Officer Dave Lewis after his decision to close dozens of stores, cancel some openings, consolidate head offices and cut prices on hundreds of branded goods. Photographer: Jason Alden/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Yes, apparently they are axing Ribena, Capri-Sun and Rubicon among many, in a bid to tackle childhood obesity. When I came across this article I chuckled and sneered because I couldn’t help but wonder if this is really just an agenda to push their own brand. So to any people who shop in Tesco’s please do let #mummydiaries know your findings of their supposed new and more healthier juice brands for kids.

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