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San Francisco Puts McDonald’s Happy Meals in the Hot Seat

Way to go San Fran! The city just passed a law that will only allow toys to be given away with kids’ meals that have less than 600 calories, contain fruits and vegetables, and include beverages without excessive fat or sugar.  The Happy Meal ban in San Francisco starts in December. Read the complete article here.

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  1. This is a step in the right direction. I just visited Jason’s Deli who has made the commitment for the entire menu (except drinks) to contain NO msg, NO high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), and NO artificial trans fats. They are very close to replacing HFCS at the soda fountain with cane sugar. If you would like to vote on the subject just go here.


    Currently 72% of the voters are in favor of removing HFCS from the soda fountain.

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