IRELAND: Fat taxes do not work, say food manufacturers

By Michelle Russell | 31 October 2012

The Irish food and drink industry has urged the country's government to look at alternative solutions to obesity instead of a fat tax, which it says could "damage jobs, growth and competitiveness" in the sector.

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The Irish food and drink industry has urged the country's government to look at alternative solutions to obesity instead of a fat tax, which it says could "damage jobs, growth and competitiveness" in the sector.

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