Study published by BMJ gives no evidence of cause
BFJA Annual Symposium
A study published by The British Medical Journal reports a possible association between higher consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (including fruit juices) and an increased risk of cancer. This study does not provide evidence of cause, as the authors readily admit.
Squeezing out juice from kids' diets may do more harm than good...
The British Fruit Juice Association’s Annual Symposium took place on 20th June 2019 in London.
We heard from some fantastic speakers, had a great opportunity to network and ate a delicious lunch.
Research shows pure fruit juice drinkers are 42% more likely to meet their 5 A Day