Consumption of sugar in Thailand fell after the kingdom introduced a tax on sugary beverages in 2017.
The average Thai person consumed about 26 teaspoons of sugar every day, health officials revealed in 2015. While the sugar is found in snacks and everyday foods such as noodles, most of it is consumed through pre-packed beverages.
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