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Lithuania eyes cooperation with food industry instead of sugar tax

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Lithuanian Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga said the country’s government is currently not planning to introduce a sugar tax. Instead, the authorities aim to work with food producers to reduce the sugar, salt and fat contents of their products through voluntary agreements, according to the health minister. 


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