British officials mull imposing new 20 % tax about sugary beverages Authorities in the U.

‘This is just sugar drinking water. The true need is for regulations and laws that would help rein in soft drink consumption.’ However, better regulation of the types of sugars allowed in carbonated drinks is probably even more pertinent, as additives like high-fructose corn syrup and refined beet sugar, both of which derive from genetically modified organisms , are a lot more insidious than something like organic evaporated cane juice. These considerations are often ignored with regards to crafting policies such as this new proposed ‘lovely’ tax, which erroneously lumps all sugars in to the same harmful category..This rose to 2.2 times per week in Spain and dropped to 0 just.4 times per week in Sweden. The survey discovered that alcohol consumption levels outside the home across all of the national countries surveyed dropped by 0.5 per cent between 2000 and 2005. Datamonitor found this was greater in the UK and Germany, even though they still came top of the drinkers’ poll. Datamonitor analyst John Band says people across Europe are starting to spend even more on carbonated drinks in pubs and pubs and alcohol consumption is becoming something that people do at home.

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