AUSTRALIA: Nutritionist calls for 20% tax on junk food
Nutritionist Rosemary Stanton has called for a 20% tax on junk food to help fight against obesity, a growing problem in the developed world. Stanton told a Sydney newspaper that junk foods are generally very cheap, which informs purchasing decision. Making them more expensive may incline consumers to buy healthier snacks instead, such as fruit.
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