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1Ng, SW, Mhurchu, CN, Jebb, SA & Popkin BM (2011) Patterns and trends of beverage consumption among children and adults in Great Britain, 1986–2009. Br J Nutr 108, 536551.
2Winkler, J (2010) How to raise the prices of unhealthy foods? BMJ 341, c4177.
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4Kamerow, D (2010) The case of the sugar sweetened beverage tax. BMJ 341, c3719.
5ABC News (2011) Support for soda tax fizzles at the American Medical Association. 23 June 2011.
6Bates, B, Lennox, A & Swan, G (2010) National Diet and Nutrition Survey: Headline Results from Year 1 of the Rolling Programme (2008/2009), Table 5.8. www.food.gov.uk/multimedia/pdfs/publication/ndnstables0809year1results.pdf.
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8PepsiCo UK (2011). Health Update 2011. London: PepsiCo UK. http://www.pepsico.co.uk/health.
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