Public Health England
A source told Sky News that the report has been delayed for a second time because of "worries" around "current global events".
The company claims a new scientific technique lets it make chocolate with 30 percent less sugar.
Public Health England's new healthy eating campaign recommends a breakfast of 400 calories, and lunch and dinner of 600 calories each.
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Campaign group Consensus Action on Salt and Health says that only one in 28 foods will meet targets set by Public Health England by the end of the year.
Public Health England warns that cereal, spreads, and juice are the main sugary suspects.
HM Revenue and Customs has released a policy paper with further details on the sugar levy, due to come into effect in April 2018.
In a bid to tackle the nation’s obesity problem, the UK Government is planning to “name and shame” restaurants, cafes, and pubs that won't make their dessert portions smaller or reduce sugar levels.
Published this morning, the report sets out plans for a tax on soft drinks and the reduction of sugar in children’s products by 20 percent. But health campaigners say this isn’t enough.
According to a leaked draft of the UK Government’s long-awaited childhood obesity strategy, plans to restrict junk food advertising and introduce sugar limits have been dropped.
They say that the low-fat food craze of the 80s and thereafter has had "disastrous health consequences" on the nation and should be nixed.