Gym ban on sale of high-energy drinks to under 16s
Publicly funded leisure centres in all local authorities have now banned the sale of high-energy soft drinks to young people under the age of 16.
The restriction will apply to soft drinks with an added caffeine content of more than 150mg per litre.
Community Leisure UK, the umbrella body for over 85% of Scotland’s publicly funded leisure and cultural facilities, has worked with the Scottish Government to introduce the restriction in the 1,300 facilities they represent.
The seven local authorities not covered by Community Leisure UK have also banned the drinks.