Palm Beach Post: Study found that taxing junk food may drive shoppers to lower calorie choices

Release Date: March 1, 2010

An article in the Palm Beach Post about using sin taxes to discourage self-destructive behavior reports a UB study found that taxing high-fat and sugar-rich foods drove shoppers to lower-calorie foods.

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