November 5, 2018

Sugar tax would have minimal impact on high-sugar beverage consumption, study reveals

Fiscal incentives like a sugar tax and lower-sugar subsidies to reduce sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) consumption are unlikely to be effective, a new Singapore study reveals.

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