Calls for tax on sugary drinks to curb health crisis

Georgina Sebar
Updated May 7 2024 - 5:49pm, first published 5:36pm
The Grattan Institute has recommended a tax on sugary drinks. Picture file
The Grattan Institute has recommended a tax on sugary drinks. Picture file

Australians could consume almost 700 fewer grams of sugar each year if a tax was imposed on sugary beverages.

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Georgina Sebar

Georgina Sebar

Journalist

Journalist at the Bendigo Advertiser. Email me at georgina.sebar@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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