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A new report is recommending a “snack tax” on sugary and salty food, the Daily Mail reports. The paper says it could add £3.4bn to families’ shopping bills every year, with a 9p increase on Mars bars and 87p rise on boxes of Frosties. It reports that the money would be used to pay for GPs to prescribe fruit, vegetables and cookery classes.