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Poll: Should supermarkets stop selling sweets at the checkout?

A new campaign is calling on Irish supermarkets to make checkouts sweet-free zones. What do you think? Good idea? Bad idea?

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A NEW CAMPAIGN is calling on supermarkets to stop selling sweets and chocolate at the checkouts.

Safefood Ireland is asking major Irish supermarkets to make checkouts ‘sweet-free zones’ to help tackle childhood obesity.

What do you think: should supermarkets stop selling sweets and chocolate at the checkouts?


Poll Results:

No (3129)
Yes (1363)


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