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San Francisco banning happy meals

The city of San Francisco has ban restaurants from including toys with meals of more than 600 calories that lack agreed-upon amounts of fruits and vegetables also known as the Healthy Meal Incentive Ordinance.

In recent years, San Francisco government has passed numerous laws to make us healthier, greener, and — in the city’s eyes — all-around better people. Whether we like it or not. This includes banning the sale of cigarettes in drugstores, and, later, supermarkets; banning plastic bags in large chainstores; banning bottled water in City Hall, and the sale of soft drinks on government property; banning the declawing of cats; making composting mandatory; and forbidding city departments from doing business with companies that were involved in the (pre–Civil War) slave trade, yet haven’t publicly atoned.

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One comment

  1. I know they mean well, but I don’t think this will do a lot of good. I think the parents who rely on these meals for their children will just end up buying them other food from McDonalds, which could be a larger portion.

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