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This report includes a detailed assessment of progress by the food industry, between 2015 and 2019, towards meeting the 20% reduction ambition by 2020 for the sugar reduction programme.
It also includes the first assessment of industry progress towards the sugar reduction ambition for juice and milk-based drinks, of 5% and 20% respectively by 2021, with an interim target for milk-based drinks of 10% by 2019.
It assesses progress made by retailers and manufacturers and in the eating out of home sector:
in reducing sugar and calories in food product categories and juice and milk-based drinks categories included in the programme
for drinks covered by the Soft Drinks Industry Levy (SDIL) including an assessment by socio-economic status
by individual businesses, and in top-selling products in each category