Children are drinking fewer sugary drinks, but consumption still outpaces unsweetened juice — prompting call for tighter advertising standards

Researchers are calling on the beverage industry to close loopholes that allow limited advertising of sweetened beverages to children after discovering sales of children’s beverages with added sugar and non-nutritive sweeteners continue to outpace those of unsweetened juices.

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