Mayor Bloomburg proposes 16-oz. limit on soft drinks.
“All across the country, everybody recognizes obesity as a growing, serious problem,” the mayor said in an interview. “But everybody’s just sitting around wringing their hands, not doing anything about it . . . I think it’s fair to say that while everyone else is sitting around complaining, New York City is acting.”
This is an excerpt from the article here:
Now before we start talking about food police and government intrusions on our right to eat and drink what we want, please keep in mind that we already ban trans-fats, many cities have health department regulations prohibiting serving soft cooked eggs, and undercooked hamburgers.
So, a 32-oz. Coke – is it a health issue?
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