Report Suggests Tax On Sugary Drinks To Improve Children’s Health (UK)

A report noted that the new tax on sugary drinks could add 20p a liter to their price, with the proceeds going towards child health.


The report by food and farming charity Sustain said that the Government could raise £1 billion a year from a sugary drinks duty to pay for free school meals and measures to encourage children to eat fruit and vegetables.

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