The aim of this modelling study is to appraise the health effect of various industry responses so that legislation for soft drinks levy can be designed to maximise health gain. See more.
The aim of this paper is to evaluate the impact of the French ‘soda tax’ on the price of three main product categories of concerned drinks: (i) flavoured waters, (ii) fruits drinks and ready-to-drink teas and (iii) sodas. See more.
This study investigates the acceptance and perception of the taxation scheme launched in France in January 2012. See more.
This case illustrates the feasibility of a tax on these products, the revenues of which are allocated to public health and allows us to draw lessons from other jurisdictions considering the adoption of a tax measures to reduce the consumption of sweetened drinks. See more.
This impact assessment observed the effect of the tax across five product groups: energy drinks, sugar-sweetened soft drinks, pre-packaged sweets, salty snacks and powdered soup and salty condiments. See more.
This document outlines Hungary’s successful implementation of the public health product and key lessons learnt throughout the process. See more.
This study provides the first evaluation of the impacts of a sugar-sweetened beverage tax in the city through the use of two neighbouring comparison cities. See more.
The objective of this paper is to assess the short-term ability to increase retail prices as a result of the first US sugar-sweetened beverage excise tax. See more.
This case study presents the different component of the advocacy campaign and steps that led to the implementation of the tax in Mexico. See more.
This study specifically evaluates changes in the purchases of sugar-sweetened beverages after the implementation of the excise tax. It examines the short-term change in purchases of sugar-sweetened beverages one-year post-implementation of the 1 peso per litre tax. See more.
This paper presents the most relevant changes of norms and regulations aimed to reduce obesity levels that have been adopted across Latin American countries. See more.
This paper presents a summary of evidence-based options to address sugar-sweetened beverages consumption in the Pacific region with a particular focus on taxation. See more.
This study assessed the prices of sugar-sweetened beverages in each quarter relative to the same quarter of the previous year. See more.
In effect since September 16, 2017, the Thai Excise Department implemented for first time ever, an excise sugar tax on certain beverages to reduce consumption of sugar and to increase health consciousness. See more.
This study aimed to estimate the potential effect of a tax on consumption in Mexico. See more.