Fat Tax Is Happening Abroad

A bummer for burgers and fries.

Denmark has passed a bill so that fatty food can and will be taxed. Starting this month, all staples containing over 2.3 percent saturated fat are subject to a bigger price tag. England might follow the trend, too, says Eat Like a Man. Even though the Danes are much more svelte than we are, it's highly unlikely this country will follow. It just might cost more to eat at Noma. [Esquire]