Commission study says junk food taxes effective
A study drawn up for the Commission’s Industry and
Enterprise directorate general has found that Member State taxes on high sugar, salt and fat products such as
soft drinks, sweet and salty foodstuffs do induce a reduction of the
consumption of the taxed products.
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