UK: Industry rejects fresh "fat tax" call

By Katy Askew | 16 May 2012

The UK food industry has rejected fresh calls for the imposition of a tax on unhealthy foods.

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The UK food industry has rejected fresh calls for the imposition of a tax on unhealthy foods.

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