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People don't know much about sugar types

With the impending sugar tax and increasing health concerns, it's not surprising that a third of people say they're actively reducing the amount of sugar in their diet. But consumers aren’t that clued up when it comes to the sweet stuff – most don’t understand the difference between sugar types.

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