Consequences of the sugar tax on the soft drinks industry in the United Kingdom (UK)

Published by the British Soft Drinks Association, this report looks at the potential consequences of a sugar tax on the soft drinks industry in the United Kingdom. Using 2015 data, the economic effects are modelled in terms of impacts on prices, consumption patterns, purchase channels, employment and gross domestic product (GDP). On-trade, off-trade and manufacturing data is also provided.
  • Language: English
  • Released: August 2016
  • Source(s): British Soft Drinks Association
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