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Monday, April 09, 2018

Nanny To Tax Coffee

Hot on the heels of last week's sugar tax, which Nanny claimed was to reduce childhood obesity, the anti sugar Gestapo are now setting their sites on coffee (how is that kid related?).

Caramel lattes and other coffees full of sugar, as well as milkshakes and squash, should be the next target of a government crackdown.

Tam Fry, chairman of the National Obesity Forum, blamed the “out of home” sector for dragging its feet as he took aim at drinks such as caramel lattes.

He is quoted by The Times:
“Lacing coffee with so much sugar is ridiculous.” 
Fry said these drinks should be sweetened artificially instead.

Two small, but significant points:

1 Kids tend not to gorge on coffee, hence Nanny' has lied to us that the sugar tax was aimed at kids.

2 It's not Fry's fucking business how much sugar people choose to add to their coffee!
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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous11:46 AM

    I have just looked up a picture of Tam Fry.
    Besides being a few stone overweight he appears to be a soap dodger.
    Of course it is not his job to tell anyone what they should eat or drink, but I do feel that the general public are having the piss taken out of them, with food and drink producers using ridiculous amounts of sugar and salt to give some taste to their bland, cheap produce.
    I live in Spain so I have not tasted British supermarket food for well over a decade.
    An Iceland store recently opened quite local to us and Mrs Anonymous got the urge to visit.
    She brought various cakes and biscuits from well known suppliers, all of which had to go in the bin.
    It was like crunching on the vast amount of sugar in them.
    She also brought some Scots Eggs.
    Fucking horrible they were. So salty that we would not give them to the dog.
    Honestly, when you are away from the absolute shit that the UK call food and drink for a while, you can really tell how disgusting the stuff is.