Some fruit snacks contain more sugar than sweets

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Some fruit snacks contain more sugar than sweets

They're supposed to be the fruit snacks offering children a healthy alternative to sweets.

But new research has revealed that many contain more sugar than sweets.

Packs of raisins or strawberries covered in yogurt can contain the equivalent of 4 teaspoons of sugar.

It's something campaigners are urging the government to change immediately. 

Nutritionist Kawther Hashem from Action on Sugar explains more. 

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