Days after the New York City Council proposed a ban on toys in restaurant kids’ meals that do not meet set nutritional standards the New York State Restaurant Association said it opposes the measure, but would work with the Council to find other avenues to stem childhood obesity. Andrew Rigie, executive vice president of the New York City chapters of the New York State Restaurant Association, said he would like to meet with City Council members to discuss the bill. “We’re ...
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