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Sales of fizzy drinks at Jamie Oliver’s Italian restaurants plummet as TV chef adds 10p ‘sugar tax’

DINERS at Jamie Oliver’s Italian restaurant chain have shunned sugary drinks after the healthy-eating crusader slapped on a “tax” of 10p. A study into the levy found sales of cola and lemonade slumped by up to 16.5 per cent in six months. The TV chef, 42,

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