This article does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors and management of Nation’s Restaurant News. It is tempting to think that threats from government nutritionists and anti-corporate activists are waning, in light of New York’s ban on large soft drinks being struck down by an appeals court this summer as well as recent victories against soda taxes and growing evidence that the so-called obesity epidemic has plateaued. But, in fact, a broader battle to ...
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