Sugar tax: The Norwegians travelling to Sweden for sweets

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    Next month a tax on sugary drinks will be introduced for the first time in the UK in a bid to tackle obesity.

    A sugar tax has been in place in Norway since 1922, and was increased earlier this year.

    Across the border in Sweden there is no sugar tax, which has made it a popular choice for sweet-toothed Norwegians looking for a fix.

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