This information is provided by the Oral Health Promotion Team.
Many ‘breakfast drinks’, are also less healthy than their branding may suggest. Reading the label carefully may reveal that it many contain a lot of 'free' (added) sugar. Many drinks contain 6 teaspoons of sugar - that's almost the recommended daily amount of free sugars for adults.
These resources will compliment the cereals, biscuits and bakes displays and can help you to raise the awareness around sugar at breakfast time or snack time.