Rotting Teeth and Fatty Organs Turn Australians Sour on Sugar

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Rotting Teeth and Fatty Organs Turn Australians Sour on SugarConsumption has been flat-lining, and appetite for the sweet stuff probably won’t grow much at all medium term as people shift to low sugar, diet and sugar-free options, said Charles Clack, a Rabobank analyst in Sydney. Some state governments have been trying to discourage consumption by displaying graphic images of rotting teeth and fatty organs on buses and billboards. “Health is a large factor behind this trend, offsetting the positive influence of stable domestic population growth,” said Clack.

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