Very often the pioneer work has been done by women's clubs or philanthropic organizations which have assumed the task of demonstrating to school authorities the practicability and value of such feeding.
You know when you start putting out laws like this, you don't really look like you like freedom anymore. Just saying people should be able to make their own choices and deal with the consequences.
May 31, at No core values, just a ego driven small man who thinks his billions make him king. As dangerous or more as obesity to folks and society. Of course we wouldn't think of limiting intake of the holy hooch.
Who knows what's next- maybe no burgers over 4 oz. Katz How many delicious, thick, exquisitely marbled, rib-eye steaks with melted butter does Bloomberg consume each week? They will not stop until the world becomes and they control everything we do. Do people truly think that just because a certain size drink won't stop a person from consuming just as much soda Regulating such drinks and foods should be a no-brainer for everyone— brainless conservatives excepted, of course.
As long as this doesn't apply to alcohol. Smoking bans, sugar constraints, what's next prohibition again? And this is coming from a non-smoker and non-sugar consumer. NOT everyone that drinks a ounce soda is obese. I'm sure we can all make a 10 page list of other things that need to be banned.
Who needs freedom of choice? Stupid sheep of NYC get what they deserve. We don't mind the government messing with lives — as long as it doesn't effect our lives.
Katz May 31, at If I choose to drink a giant soda, that doesn't mean I'm unhealthy. For all anyone knows, I'm a marathon runner who drinks giant sodas.
This whole concept is ridiculous. I think we do too much regulation, and it dumbs down the gene pool. I think it's bad for you heart to get pumped up like that. There is also too much natural sugar in fruit.January Issue No. Inside this month’s issue . OUR STORY OF THE MONTH: Pinnacle of Bull-Headed Stupidity: Plopping a 5,Cow CAFO on Low-Lying Acres.
New York City plans to enact a far-reaching ban on the sale of large sodas and other sugary drinks at restaurants, movie theaters and street carts, in the most ambitious effort yet by the Bloomberg administration to combat rising obesity.
May 27, · New York mayor Michael Bloomberg’s attempted ban on the sale of sodas larger than 16 ounces suffered a defeat in court a few weeks ago.
But criticism of the industry that has been termed “Big Sugar” or “Big Food” shows no signs of abating. Those critical names are spinoffs from a down-market brand we all remember: Big Tobacco.
The International Man's Glossary A-Z: colloquialisms, concepts, explanations, expressions, idioms, quotations, sayings and words. In an effort to reduce the consumption of sugary beverages and to combat the rising obesity epidemic, New York City passed a measure restricting the sale of sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces.
The restriction should be effective if it results in smaller portion . Sep 13, · asks the industry-funded Center for Consumer Freedom, in response to a New York City plan to forbid the sale of sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces in .