Soda wars: The UK's tax on sugary drinks is working

Britain's new tax on sugary drinks won't come into effect for more than a year, but it's already working. The government announced the new tax in 2016 as part of an effort to reduce childhood obesity, projecting that it would raise £520 million ($632 million) in additional revenue.
London, UK
Issue: Local Food Policies Typology: Laws
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