Thailand salt tax: Firms failing to reformulate risk increased costs as 2021 implementation expected
The implementation of a salt tax in Thailand is still expected to take place sometime in 2021, and this may have cost implications for food manufacturers whose reformulation efforts have not yet caught up, according to a local food industry expert.
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