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More Than Half Of ‘Healthy’ Snacks Contain High Salt, Sugar Or Fats: Survey – NDTV Food

According to a recent survey, 55% of the snacks marketed as being ‘healthy’ actually contain high quantities of fat, sugar and salt.



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The survey suggests healthy snacks may not be what they seem. Photo: iStock
The urge to snack is simply irresistible and can sprout at any given time. Even the most careful eaters complain of hunger cravings at odd hours. There are a number of healthy snacks available in the market today for health-conscious individuals. These are said to be healthier than the bag of chips or crisps that one would usually binge on. However, a recent survey has revealed that these so-called ‘healthy’ snacks actually…

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