Washington: Taxing sugary beverages may not be as helpful in reducing calorie intake, as consumers tend to substitute for other unhealthy foods, a new study has revealed.The study, by researchers at RTI International, Duke University, and the US Department of Agriculture, found that the reduction in sugary beverages due to a soda tax would likely lead consumers to substitute those calories by increasing their calorie, salt and fat intake from untaxed foods and beverages.
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