Washington: Levying taxes on unhealthy food items could help encourage people to eat fruits and vegetables and whole grains, scientists have observed. Psychological scientist Leonard Epstein at University of Buffalo sought to determine the persuasiveness of sin taxes and subsides in the laboratory.
The findings have been published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. ANI
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