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WHO Recommends All Nations Tax Sugary Drinks Up To 50%

A new recommendation from the WHO to tax sugary beverages includes flavored milks, breakfast drinks and 100% fruit juice. Health advocates applaud but the beverage industry condemns the advice.
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