‘Soda Tax’ Impact: Residents 40 Percent Less Likely to Drink Sugary Soda After New Tax

The impact of a Philadelphia tax on nonalcoholic sweetened beverages that went into effect in January 2017 is impressive: So far, reports show that residents are 40 percent less likely to drink a sugary beverage each day, compared to choices they made before the tax. According to the Inquisitr, residents now are 58 percent more likely to choose bottled water instead. Another interesting finding was that there was no change in consumption of sugar-added fruit drinks. I see good news and bad...

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