UK sugar tax: The big questions

Will the tax encourage companies to reformulate? Pic: iStock

The UK has announced a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages. But how hard will it hit the industry? How effective will the tax be at tackling childhood obesity? And could the tax be extended to other food categories? We take a look at the big questions surrounding the tax.

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