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Evidence given by Professor Susan Jebb OBE and Dr Peter Scarborough, University of Oxford, Dr Alison Tedstone, Director of Diet and Obesity, Public Health England, and Dr Emma Boyland, Institute of Psychology, University of Liverpool; Professor Simon Capewell, Vice President, Faculty of Public Health, Dr Colin Michie, Chair of Nutrition Committee, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and Jeanelle de Gruchy, Vice President, Association of Directors of Public Health (at 10.30am).
Evidence given by Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive, Public Health England; Jamie Oliver MBE (at 4.10pm).
Evidence given by Dr Paul Darragh, Board of Science, British Medical Association, Professor Graham MacGregor, Chairman, Action on Sugar, and Malcolm Clark, Co-ordinator, Children’s Food Campaign; Andrew Opie, Director of Food and Sustainability, British Retail Consortium, Ian Wright, Director General, Food and Drink Federation, and Chris Snowdon, Director of Lifestyle Economics, Institute for Economic Affairs (at 10.30am).