There is still considerable distrust among some health professionals when it comes to the government's 'nudge' policies. The Independent used the Freedom of Information laws to reveal the organisations involved in a new health policy setting group:

"Eighteen representatives of Mars, Unilever, Diageo and other commercial interests attended the first meeting of the Public Health Responsibility Deal in September – three times the number from health and consumer groups. The group will propose policy on diet, drinking, tobacco, exercise and behaviour change."

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