Consumers continued to steer away from sugar where possible due to perceptions about the negative impacts on health, particularly on obesity. This has been emphasised by national statistics which indicate that the average Australian consumes too much sugar in their diet. In particular, recent analysis of the Australian Health Survey 2011-2012, undertaken by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, reveals that Australians consume on average 60g or 14 teaspoons of sugar per day, substantially above t...
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