The Government’s Soft Drinks Tax or ‘Soft Drinks Industry Levy’ (SDIL), is a tax that the Government has added to soft drinks containing added sugar.
There are two bands: a lower rate, which will apply to added sugar drinks with a total sugar content of 5 grams or more per 100ml, and a higher rate for drinks with 8 grams or more per 100ml.
It will not apply to any drink where no sugar is added, which includes some of our most popular drinks, including
The vast majority of our 20 drinks brands will not be subject to the tax by the time it comes into effect on 6th April 2018.
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