Diet and Taxes: A brief talk for Aston Law School

This is a 6-minute talk Kate Cooper gave to post-grads on an ethics module at Aston Law School in September 2020.

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For an updated account on this subject (1), listen in to this podcast clip below, where Kate argues corporates that make and promote the drug-foods should not be part of the food system, but treated as we do tobacco companies; see also footnote (2).

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(1)  Added on 25th January 2022.

(2) Professor Jim Parle, Professor John Middleton and Kate compiled this BMJ Rapid Response It is time to act against drug-foods, for the health of the population and the planet. We define what the drug-foods are, the means to identify the corporations that make and promote them, and make recommendations as to how their activities can be curbed.
note: The authors have just had a peer-reviewed paper on this subject accepted by the Journal of Public Health, publication likely in their next quarterly issue, March 2022.

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