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Study: A 20% ‘Fat Tax’ Would Improve Public Health

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"To gain control of expanding waistlines worldwide, unhealthy foods and drinks need a 20% fat tax, along with subsidies for healthy food, experts say in a new paper published online in the British Medical Journal. Oliver Mytton, of the British Heart Foundation’s Health Promotion Research Group, and his colleagues at the University of Oxford conducted a review of about 30 international studies to determine the effect that food taxes — which are levied at a higher rate on food items considered unhealthy — have on public health."


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