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Sugar tax, prominent labels reduce sugar consumption, Ontario study suggests

Toronto Star

A University of Waterloo study suggests that taxes on sugary products and labels on the front of packages can help reduce sugar consumption. The study, which included more than 3,500 people aged 13 and over on their purchasing behaviour last spring, also found that taxes could have the greatest impact if 100 percent fruit juice was included in reduction efforts. Read article here.
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Mum’s clever campaign to stop food packaging lies

News.com.au

A mum in Australia has started a petition to introduce plain-language packaging that, at a glance, tells you exactly what you’re buying, modelled on plain packaging for cigarettes which was introduced in Australia in 2012. Read full article here