Australians want better labels on ‘unhealthy’ foods, but not sin taxes

Almost 80% of Australians want clearer labels on unhealthy foods, but far fewer support taxation as a tool to deter consumption.

In a survey of 2,474 adults in New South Wales, Cancer Council NSW researchers found that 86% of people supported a colour-coded food labelling system, 79% supported displaying health warning labels on unhealthy food, and 73% supported a ban on unhealthy food advertising that targets children.

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