At the risk of opening myself to another boots on assault, it might be worth looking at a ban or tax or at least restriction on fast food advertising. Education can also include reducing the amount of motivational propaganda people are subjected to.
With discussions like this with you, it feels like 1 step forwards and one step backward. People have made many good suggestions, which you have agreed to with a varying degree of reluctant ness, but then 6 pages on, you are back to taxing, which has been proven to be less effective than many other things like education.
How do you administer a tax? How is it policed? What if I make grilled cheese at home? Is cheese going to be taxed? What about Cream? Coconut cream?! Who gets to decide (let me guess, another sub committee or working group)? What about all the cheaters, all the underhanded ways people will try and get around it?
If you think those in most need of a tax won't be hurt by said tax, you are kidding yourself. If you think the kids who drink too much fizzy are going to be better off, you aren't thinking it through! The people who buy this for them, will just have less money for other things.
I am a grown ass man, educated and moderately intelligent. I do not want people telling me what I can and can't eat.