That money might be better spent on diabetes patients.
Maybe this is the new status quo, to direct Indian funds from meaningful development towards useless shit.
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The Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) has launched a national campaign to bust myths about sugar and its health effects.
The initiative has been developed to help tackle the country’s oversupply of sugar as production is expected to rise by 13% this year.
The ISMA has launched a new website which is dedicated to sugar, its health benefits and how essential the organisation says it is.