Bill would set nutritional standards for meals that come with toys
California lawmakers are scheduled to consider a bill next month that would set nutrition standards for kids’ meals that come with toys or other incentives. Introduced Feb. 18 in a wave of proposals traditionally filed before California’s legislative deadline, AB1100 appears to be similar to regulations adopted in San Francisco and Santa Clara counties last year. The California proposal, introduced by freshman Assemblyman Roger Hernandez of West Covina, Calif., is a “spot ...
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