Rejection of sugar tax is based on faulty logic about the poor
- 10 November 2015
When celebrity chef Jamie Oliver began campaigning for a tax on sugary drinks he expected a fight, and he was not disappointed.
“The food and drinks lobby might try to present me as a TV chef who has got too big for his boots,” he wrote in the Daily Mail. “But I’m basing my arguments on the evidence of numerous doctors and scientists.”
Read the full article at The Conversation, written by Luke Allen, Nuffield Department of Population Health
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