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Fat Tax Lands On Denmark's Favorite Foods

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Times are tough in Europe these days. If you crave comfort food in Denmark to lift your mood, it'll cost you. Starting Saturday, shoppers in Denmark will pay extra kroner according to the saturated fat levels of certain foods. It's being called The Fat Tax. Host Scott Simon reflects on Denmark's attempt to fight obesity.
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