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But we don’t know yet whether or how Mexico’s tax and falling soda sales have affected rates of obesity and diabetes in the country.
resulting from the creation of an association between the cities for the collection of halukka (funds for the needy).
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“The soda tax is part of a comprehensive strategy to reduce obesity and type 2 diabetes,” Dr.
Juan Rivera Dommarco, director of the Mexican Research Centre in Nutrition at the National Institute of Public Health, said in a WHO report earlier this year.