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People in rich countries consume too much fat, sugar and salt, and we can expect obesity to rise in other countries as they abandon traditional foods and move to a more globalised diet.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum 2019, Professor Susan Jebb explains how voluntary mechanisms and legislative powers can be used to improve the food system.

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