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UNiversity of Waterloo: Canadian Report On Soda Taxes (2015)

The research predicts dire effects if sugary drink consumption is not curtailed—more than $50 billion in health care costs over the next 25 years.

The report says that Canadians purchased an average of 444 ml of sugary drinks per day in 2015, well over the recommended sugar maximum of no more than 10% of total daily calories.

Sales of classic Coke and Pepsi are down, but look what is happening with other sugary beverages:

Health economic impact sugary drink tax in canada en

Health economic impact sugary drink tax in canada en

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