Association officials and restaurant operators expressed their frustration Thursday with the New York City Board of Health’s passage of a ban on the service of large sodas and sugary drinks. The initiative, which was championed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and designed to address the nation’s health and obesity problems, establishes a 16-ounce size limit on sodas or other sugary beverages served at restaurants, sports venues, movie theaters, street carts and ...
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