Warning labels on junk food would be more effective than a "fat" tax for deterring overweight people from making unhealthy purchases, a new University of Alberta study has found, according to medicalnewstoday.com.
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Editor's Insight: Refreshment service operators should copy this report and add it to their arsenal of material for fighting "fat" taxes. Politicians use the "fat" tax rationale for proposing tax increases. The reality is these measures do not help people make healthier choices. 04-08-11 by Elliot Maras