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Norway looks to replace sugar tax with tax on food healthiness

Divisions over how and when current levies should be replaced

A committee put together by Norwegian authorities to consider how well the country’s sugar tax is working suggests scrapping the tax altogether and replacing it with a fee based on the healthiness – or lack thereof – of products.

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