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Polish fight over VAT on juices and soft drinks continues

Industry points out some fruit juices are never drunk at 100% purity anyway

KUPS, the Polish National Union of Juice Producers, is now less concerned over VAT on nectars. As regards fruit juices, it points out that some juices (it cites blackcurrant, chokeberry and cherry, although cranberry and other juices could also be mentioned) are too acid to be drunk pure and have to be diluted (although they can, of course, be blended with naturally sweeter juices).UK MPs obtained millions in EU farming subsidies.

 

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