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Candy and chocolate manufacturers in the UK may to stop cartoon characters on their products. An alliance of health groups many food companies use characters from Peppa Pig and Disney on their packaging. The companies use the characters to children to chocolate and candies. The health groups said 51 per cent of products using cartoon characters were unhealthy for children. The products below the health requirements needed to advertise on TV during children's shows. The health groups said the products very high in fat, sugar and salt. The groups are the government to the use of these characters to unhealthy products to children.

There are three groups to get a ban on cartoon characters on chocolate and candy. They are Action on Sugar, Action on Salt and the Children's Food Campaign. They at the nutrition content of 526 products that were at children. The products' wrapping colourful cartoon characters to to children. The Peppa Pig Candy Bites were among the worst products. These 99 per cent sugar. Dr Kather Hashem, a nutritionist from the Action on Sugar group, said: "It's shocking that companies are the health of our children by cartoon characters on their high-sugar food and drink products, particularly on chocolates and sweets, which already hard to for children."

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