No more sugar: Singapore puts a ban on advertisements for sugary drinks to curb diabetes  Economic TimesView full coverage on Google News
Singapore's health ministry announced the ban on ads of fizzy drinks and juices.Singapore's health ministry announced the ban on ads of fizzy drinks and juices.

No more sugar: Singapore puts a ban on advertisements for sugary drinks to curb diabetes - The Economic Times

Highly sweet beverages must also carry label to signal they are unhealthy.Highly sweet beverages must also carry label to signal they are unhealthy.

Singapore world’s first to ban sugary drink ads | Free Malaysia Today

SINGAPORE: Singapore will become the first country in the world to ban ads for the most unhealthy sugary drinks in its latest move to combat rising diabetes rates, the health ministry said.SINGAPORE: Singapore will become the first country in the world to ban ads for the most unhealthy sugary drinks in its latest move to combat rising diabetes rates, the health ministry said.

Singapore to become first country to ban ads for very sugary drinks | New Straits Times | Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News

The Ministry of Health (MOH) consulted the public and industry players over eight weeks starting last December on four proposed measures to cut the consumption of high-sugar drinks.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Health News -The Ministry of Health (MOH) consulted the public and industry players over eight weeks starting last December on four proposed measures to cut the consumption of high-sugar drinks..

Most favour having labels on front of drinks packs, Health News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Singapore will force drinks companies to put labels on their beverages ranking the sugar content and the worst offenders will be banned from advertising on TV, in print and online, the health ministry said.Singapore will force drinks companies to put labels on their beverages ranking the sugar content and the worst offenders will be banned from advertising on TV, in print and online, the health ministry said.

Singapore becomes first country in the world to ban adverts for drinks with high sugar content | Daily Mail Online

World News - Read more at AsiaOneAsiaOne - NEW YORK - People who increase their consumption of sodas, juices and other sweet drinks over time are more likely than those who don't to develop diabetes, a US study suggests. Researchers examined over two decades of data from more than 192,000 men and women who worked in nursing or other healthcare jobs. None of the participants had diabetes at the start of the study; by the end almost 12,000 people had developed the disease.. Read more at AsiaOne

Drinking more soda and juice tied to increased diabetes risk: Study, World News - AsiaOne

SINGAPORE, Oct 10 — Singapore will ban advertisements of drinks with high sugar content, media reported today, as the government seeks to tackle diabetes in the city-state. Certain high-sugar soft drinks and juices also will be required to bear “unhealthy” packaging labels under the measures...SINGAPORE, Oct 10 — Singapore will ban advertisements of drinks with high sugar content, media reported today, as the government seeks to tackle diabetes in the city-state. Certain high-sugar soft drinks and juices also will be required to bear “unhealthy” packaging labels under the measures...

Singapore to ban sugary drink ads in fight against diabetes, reports media | World | Malay Mail

Researchers say any drink with sugar will increase your diabetes risk. Here's some tips on how to cut down or eliminate those beverages.Researchers say any drink with sugar will increase your diabetes risk. Here's some tips on how to cut down or eliminate those beverages.

Sodas, Lattes, Other Sugary Drinks Increase Diabetes Risk

SINGAPORE: Manufacturers of pre-packaged sugar-sweetened drinks said they support measures announced by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Thursday ...SINGAPORE: Manufacturers of pre-packaged sugar-sweetened drinks said they support measures announced by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Thursday ...

Manufacturers supportive of new regulations for pre-packaged sweetened drinks - CNA

SINGAPORE — In announcing proposed new measures aimed at reducing sugar consumption in Singapore on Thursday (Oct 10), Senior Minister of State for Law and Health Edwin Tong highlighted a “sticky” segment of drinks with a sugar level above 10 per cent. These drinks' sales and availability have not dropped over the years despite various health measures.SINGAPORE — In announcing proposed new measures aimed at reducing sugar consumption in Singapore on Thursday (Oct 10), Senior Minister of State for Law and Health Edwin Tong highlighted a “sticky” segment of drinks with a sugar level above 10 per cent. These drinks' sales and availability have not dropped over the years despite various health measures.

3 in 10 packaged drinks in S’pore loaded with over 10% sugar, says HPB

SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health (MOH) will be introducing mandatory labels and advertising restrictions on pre-packaged drinks that are high in sugar.SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health (MOH) will be introducing mandatory labels and advertising restrictions on pre-packaged drinks that are high in sugar.

Mandatory labels, advertising restrictions on high-sugar drinks: MOH

Singapore might become the first country in the world to implement a total ban on advertisement of packaged drinks with high sugar content. The move, which is slated to be rolled out sometime in the next four years, was announced by Senior Minister of State for Health Mr Edwin Tong, reported Straits Times. Speaking at …

Singapore to ban advertising of sugary drinks and introduce mandatory health warnings - The Online Citizen

Singapore will ban ads for fizzy drinks and other sugary beverages, in an effort to fight rising diabetes rates. Singapore will ban ads for fizzy drinks and other sugary beverages, in an effort to fight rising diabetes rates.

Singapore plans to ban ads for sugary soft drinks - National | Globalnews.ca

Singapore News - Singapore will become the first country in the world to ban advertisements of packaged drinks with very high sugar content, in its latest salvo in the war on diabetes. It will also be mandatory for drinks with medium-to-high sugar content to carry a label on the front of... Read more at www.tnp.sgSingapore will become the first country in the world to ban advertisements of packaged drinks with very high sugar content, in its...

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