Combining food taxes and subsidies can lead to healthier grocery purchases for low-income households

A new study that models the combined effects of a sugar-based tax on beverages and targeted subsidies for minimally processed foods and drinks has found that under these policies, low-income consumers would purchase fewer sugar-sweetened beverages and more fruits, vegetables, and healthier drinks, particularly in households without children.

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