Not only does that news make me want to flip out.
But this: "It means customers will be paying about $3 more per kilogram of saturated fats in a product"
Typical idiot journalism speech, which can't be translated to reality.
So if I was eating 9g worth of fat from coconut oil for example, that would be .027 cents extra per serving. So if there are 100 servings in a bottle, its like 3 cents extra which isn't a big tax. But, I'm guessing that's wrong.
So how big of a tax is it really?
If it is per pound of product, then meat goes up $1.30 per pound, which is a lot of money and making probably the most healthy thing a lot of people eat, more expensive.