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Young people may feel the need to eat at widely known, well-advertised places. "And when 8 out of 10 of those options are fast food, it makes us believe there are no alternatives," says Estel, who argues that we need to give healthier options a bigger share of the spotlight. "Especially in places where young people spend most of their time, like parks and leisure centres," adds the London-based activist. "It'd be a dream come true to see alternatives to the usual crisps and ice cream."