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That this House is concerned that many academies have vending machines selling sugary drinks, chocolate, sweets and crisps; notes that obesity is a growing problem among young people, with31 per cent now classified as overweight; welcomes Jamie Oliver's call for academies to stop profiting from the sale of unhealthy snacks; and calls on the Government to allow academies to sell only healthy snacks as fruit, nuts and water.
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