Starting March next year, restaurants, delis, movie and Broadway theaters and any establishment with a food-service license in New York City will be barred from serving supersized beverages (larger than 16 ounces). So far, this NYC is the first US city to regulate portion sizes in food establishments to fight obesity. Mayor Michael Bloomberg believes that these regulations, which were approved by the Board of Health, do not assault personal freedom, because nobody is barred from buying as much soda as they want, although they would have to buy multiple cans or bottles. Fast-food establishments with soda fountains where customers […]Continue reading Big Sugary Drinks Banned in NYC Restaurants
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