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Soft drinks tax raises less money than forecast as firms cut sugar content

Published on Wednesday 8th of March 2017 06:52:15 PM in Guardian

A sugar tax on soft drinks will raise less money than expected because companies have started making their products less sweet to avoid extra costs, the chancellor has said.According to tax and spending forecasts in the budget, the levy will raise about £385m a year, less ...

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