What many want is a sugar tax. Obviously, sugary product manufacturers do not want this. They already donate millions to lobby their case with political parties. The Beverage Council is the major lobbyist against a tax on sugar.
While parties are happy not to instigate a sugar tax, most Australians support a charge on sugar-sweetened drinks. There is an issue on how far the burden will be spread when it is ultimately introduced. Will it extend to bread which is a fattening carbohydrate?
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