Study: No link between tax and calorie reduction

11/7/2011 | CandyAndSnackToday.com

Taxes on candy and soft drinks may bring down rates of consumption, but eaters make up for the calorie loss by eating other foods, found a study from an economist at Yale University. "Adding tax burden to particular food and beverages categories is a clumsy and inefficient strategy,” said a Tax Foundation analyst.

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