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“Don’t count on industry goodwill: tax for healthy, sustainable food” FCRN - Chatham House report covered in new article

An article in Beverage Daily covers the recent FCRN-Chatham House (EAT-funded) report “Policies and actions to shift eating patterns: What works.” The article highlights a key conclusion of the report:

That a reliance on industry good will and informed consumer choice alone are not sufficient and that a clear and supportive regulatory and fiscal framework is also needed if we are to achieve meaningful shifts towards more healthy and sustainable food consumption patterns.

Read the full article and do please take a look at the original FCRN report.

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