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September 21, 2016

Tax on Sugary Beverages Steers Consumers Away

People in low-income neighborhoods in Berkeley, Calif. reported drinking 21 percent less soda and other sugary beverages after a penny-per-ounce tax took effect earlier this year, according to public health researchers at the University of California-Berkeley. Marion Nestle’s Food Politics blog takes a deeper look.

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