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FoodDrinkEurope believes food taxes to be discriminatory, as they target certain food products and ingredients and generate uncertainty for ongoing investment plans and trade agreements. They also distort the functioning of the EU internal market and generate unfair competition, therefore threatening the industry’s ability to provide jobs and growth for the European economy.

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The Commission study can be found here: “Food taxes and their impact on competitiveness in the agri-food sector\"; click here to read FoodDrinkEurope’s summary. 

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