They had me at hello, but sort of lost me further along the way.I’m talking about the recent press conference held by water conservationist Riverkeeper and nonprofit consumer group Food & Water Watch, at which both groups asked New York restaurateurs to ban the sale of bottled water at their establishments and instead serve tap or purified water.The two groups kicked off the initiative, called “Take Back the Tap,” at Gemma restaurant in lower Manhattan, where owner Sean MacPherson and his ...
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