Sugar Tax On Soft Drinks


'Sugar Tax On Soft Drinks' - 3 News Result(s)

  • In An Attempt To Beat Obesity, UK Rolls Out Sugar Tax

    In An Attempt To Beat Obesity, UK Rolls Out Sugar Tax

    Top-selling brands such as Fanta, Ribena and Lucozade have already cut the sugar content of their products to avoid the tax, but Coca-Cola and Pepsi will both stick with the same recipes, which both contain more than 10 grammes per 100 ml.

  • Portugal to Levy Sugar Tax on Soft Drinks

    Portugal to Levy Sugar Tax on Soft Drinks

    Portugal's Socialist government will introduce a sugar tax on soft drinks in 2017 which is expected to raise 80 million euros ($88 million) for the nation's public health service, a budget bill presented Friday showed.

  • Britain To Impose Sugar Tax On Soft Drinks To Cut Obesity

    Britain To Impose Sugar Tax On Soft Drinks To Cut Obesity

    Britain will impose a tax on excessive sugar levels in soft drinks, starting in two years' time, to cut down on spiralling childhood obesity levels, finance minister George Osborne said Wednesday.

'Sugar Tax On Soft Drinks' - 3 News Result(s)

  • In An Attempt To Beat Obesity, UK Rolls Out Sugar Tax

    In An Attempt To Beat Obesity, UK Rolls Out Sugar Tax

    Top-selling brands such as Fanta, Ribena and Lucozade have already cut the sugar content of their products to avoid the tax, but Coca-Cola and Pepsi will both stick with the same recipes, which both contain more than 10 grammes per 100 ml.

  • Portugal to Levy Sugar Tax on Soft Drinks

    Portugal to Levy Sugar Tax on Soft Drinks

    Portugal's Socialist government will introduce a sugar tax on soft drinks in 2017 which is expected to raise 80 million euros ($88 million) for the nation's public health service, a budget bill presented Friday showed.

  • Britain To Impose Sugar Tax On Soft Drinks To Cut Obesity

    Britain To Impose Sugar Tax On Soft Drinks To Cut Obesity

    Britain will impose a tax on excessive sugar levels in soft drinks, starting in two years' time, to cut down on spiralling childhood obesity levels, finance minister George Osborne said Wednesday.

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