A systematic review of the effectiveness of taxes on nonalcoholic beverages and high-in-fat foods as a means to prevent obesity trends
OPEN ClinicoEconomics and outcomes research : CEOR | 5 Nov 2013
N Maniadakis, V Kapaki, L Damianidi and G Kourlaba
As part of the efforts to curb obesity, a new focus seems to be put on taxing foods that are perceived as being associated with obesity (eg, sugar-sweetened beverages and foods high in fat, sugar, and salt content) as a policy instrument to promote healthier diets.
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