Sugar tax cuts soft drink consumption in three years

More evidence to back a sugar tax to prevent obesity and diabetes has emerged from Mexico, where a tax on sugar-filled drinks has helped reduce consumption over three years. In 2014, Mexico implemented an excise tax of 1 peso per litre (approximately 10% increase in price) on sugar sweetened drinks aimed at reducing consumption. The ...

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