Soft drinks sales have fallen in the UK every year since 2012.
The sugar tax should not be limited to soft drinks but extended to all confectionery products, a public health charity has demanded.
The sugar tax will come into force across the UK from April next year, after MPs approved the legislation yesterday.
The two largest trade associations in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu have proposed a ban on the sale of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo.
It is time to stop offering discounts or price promotions on unhealthy food and drink, according to the Commons health committee.
In a novel attempt to fight back against falling sales, Pepsi’s 7Up is being marketed as a food ingredient.
As the war on sugar rages, it is no surprise that almost half (48 percent) of consumers globally are actively choosing soft drinks which have low or no sugar.