A sugar-sweetened beverage tax is not the answer

A sugar-sweetened beverage tax is not the answer“A ‘pop tax’ for sugar-sweetened beverages sounds like a good idea, but evidence around similar taxes indicate they would not be effective for reducing consumption, particularly amongst the lowest socio-economic groups.”

Natalie Riediger, Assistant Professor, Departments of Community Health Sciences and Human Nutritional Sciences and at the Manitoba First Nations Centre for Aboriginal Health Research, University of Manitoba

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