Fast Food Taxes Gaining in Popularity

Legislators see it as a potential revenue stream while advocates for healthier diets see it as a way to curb the public’s consumption of junk food. We’re talking, of course, about taxing fast food and junk food. Taiwan has begun investigating whether it will pursue just such a policy. Now, Romania is looking at doing the same thing. Pentru sanatatea dumneavoastra!

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