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Poll: Do you give away unwanted junk food after Christmas?

According to the latest Healthy Ireland survey, 62% of Irish adults are overweight

Image: Shutterstock/Paul Cowan

You’re likely sick of the sight of leftover sweets, chocolate and biscuits during the post-Christmas detox. 

But what to do with these remaining junk foods? Give them away? Bring them to book launches or family events? 

According to the latest Healthy Ireland survey, 62% of Irish adults are overweight and the Irish Dental Association estimates that the HSE does around 10,000 tooth extractions on children annually, so you might be better off arriving empty-handed. 

Today we want to know: Do you give away unwanted junk food after Christmas?


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