Children’s yoghurts are packed with sugar, experts have found, warning that manufacturers and retailers need to do more to tackle the problem.

Although yoghurt has long been considered a healthy food, experts warn that many of the products sold in supermarkets could contribute to child obesity, tooth decay and other health problems due to their high sugar content.

To be classed as “low sugar” and earn a green label on their packaging, food products must contain a maximum of 5g of sugar per 100g. But a new study, which looked at almost 900 yoghurt products available on British supermarket shelves in autumn 2016, has revealed that those aimed at children had on average more than twice this level.

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