Can nudge, reformulation and wider choice work better than taxes?


One of the suggestions from The National Food Strategy is the raising of taxes on foods with high fat, sugar and salt content. But is nudge, reformulation and wider choice a better approach to encouraging change in consumer behaviour?


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