Childhood anti-obesity drive hits Mail Online

An initiative aimed at tackling Britain’s £5.1billion obesity epidemic has generated regional and national headlines today.

The Schools and National Anti-Obesity Programme (SNAP) is the brainchild of Daniel Fallon, the agency’s client, and is being introduced in a secondary school from Hull next year.
It is the first time that a British school will integrate an anti-obesity scheme into its curriculum.
The story, which we broke yesterday, is running on both the Yorkshire Post and the Mail Online, in addition to several smaller news and aggregate platforms.
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SNAP is carried by the Yorkshire Post, a site that attracts over 500,000 unique users per month