SAN JOSE, Calif. Restaurants in the unincorporated area of Santa Clara County may soon be prohibited from bundling toys and other incentives with children’s meals that do not meet specific nutritional guidelines, the county decided by a 3-2 vote Tuesday. The ordinance will go into effect in 90 days unless an acceptable and voluntary alternative proposal is offered by the restaurant industry. Believed to be the first ordinance of its type in the country, the measure adopted by Santa Clara ...
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