Posts Tagged 'sugar tax'

Will government introduce new anti-sugar legislation?

Posted on May 22nd, 2018 · Posted in News

The sugar reduction programme, a separate initiative to the sugar levy, is failing to hit the government target of a 20% reduction of sugar across foods by 2020. Public Health.. read more

Budget break down 2017: tax rises and Business Rates relief

Posted on March 8th, 2017 · Posted in Palm PR

In the final Budget before the triggering of Article 50, Chancellor Phillip Hammond has announced a number of financial measures that will affect British businesses operating in the Food &.. read more

The Sugar Tax: sour news or a sweet opportunity for challenger brands?

Posted on December 13th, 2016 · Posted in Blog, Food and Drink, Palm PR

Last week the UK government moved forward with its planned sugar tax, announcing the publication of draft legislation which confirms a two-band levy for sugar-added soft drinks in order to.. read more

PR Week interviews Palm Co-Founder on the Sugar Tax

Posted on March 17th, 2016 · Posted in Palm PR

Palm PR Co-Founder Liam Keogh was interviewed by PR Week following the Chancellor’s announcement of the introduction of a Sugar Tax. Speaking with the publication, Keogh gave his take on how.. read more

Sugar Tax launched: How George Osborne lost his sweet tooth

Posted on March 16th, 2016 · Posted in Palm PR

In today’s budget George Osborne announced the introduction of a so-called Sugar Tax. The levy will be paid for by the makers of soft drinks rather than consumers (although costs.. read more