Newsbites: Sugary Beverage Tax; U.S. Meat Consumption; Shelf Life of Cut Produce

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Consumption Changes After Sugary Beverage Tax
Does taxing sugary beverages really help cut consumption? A preliminary study of a tax of one cent per ounce enacted in Berkeley, Calif., in March

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