Sugar tax is ruled out by UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt

Ministers have ruled out introducing a “sugar tax” on unhealthy snacks ahead of two major Government reports on the issue next week.

Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, said the Coalition intends to embark on further measures to tackle Britain’s obesity crisis – but said taxes on fizzy drinks and foods are not part of their strategy.

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