Dr Henry Ng, principal medical officer at the Centre for Food Safety, suggested consumers buy beverages made with recipes that state no sugar or less sugar added. Photo: Nora Tam

Beware sugar levels in popular tea drinks, Hong Kong consumer watchdog warns

  • Consumer Council says drinks with ‘no sugar added’ may still contain sugar
  • Five samples tested exceed recommended daily limit for free sugars
Topic |   Consumer protection in Hong Kong

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Dr Henry Ng, principal medical officer at the Centre for Food Safety, suggested consumers buy beverages made with recipes that state no sugar or less sugar added. Photo: Nora Tam
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