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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
Accepting written evidence.
The Science and Technology Committee launches an inquiry into the consumption of energy drinks.
Research has shown that young people in the UK consume more energy drinks than those in other European countries, with total consumption in the UK increasing by 185% between 2006 and 2015.
Evidence given by Darren Northcott, National Official (Education), NASUWT Teaching Union, Dr Amelia Lake, Associate Director, Fuse, The Centre for Translational Research in Public Health, and Reader in Public Health Nutrition, Teeside University, Annabel Gipp, Specialist Paediatric Eating Disorders Dietitian, British Dietetic Association, and Professor Russell Viner, President, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health; Oliver Strudwick, Public Affairs Manager, British Soft Drinks Association, James Lowman, Chief Executive, Association of Convenience Stores, and James Bielby, Chief Executive, Federation of Wholesale Distributors
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Science and Technology Committee hears from health care professionals, dieticians, teachers unions and drinks/retail sectors