Say 30¢ Sugar Tax Is Enough

A sugar tax of as little as 20 or 30¢ on a litre of soda would encourage Canadians to curb consumption, says new University of Waterloo research. Data follow a 2016 Senate report Obesity In Canada that endorsed a sugar tax with consumption averaging 151 pounds a year per capita in Canada: “There is a price consideration.”

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