Scotland’s Glasgow University’s head of nutrition Michael Lean, an eager candidate for a Nanny Awards 2000 nomination, suggests fighting obesity with an “economic requirement” to modify the food supply by removing high-fat foods. “Why are there still high-fat crisps on the market? Who would notice if you took them away? Let’s think along the lines of phasing that type of product out.” (“Phase out fatty food to tackle obesity – expert,” The Dominion – Wellington, 4/3/00.)