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NCASEF Opposes NYC Soft Drink Ban

“Our National Coalition supports the National Restaurant Association and other organizations and associations who have raised their voices in opposition to this,” says NCASEF chairman. The National Coalition of Associations of 7-Eleven Franchisees, representing nearly 5,700 small businesses across the country, noted it is troubled by the decision of the New York City Board of

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NRA Responds To Beverage Ban

Law is punitive to restaurant owners, and ineffective tactic to impact obesity, says NRA. The National Restaurant Association (NRA) is speaking out against the beverage ban approved by the NYC Board of Health, saying it unfairly targets restaurants, and is a misguided tactic to impact the obesity problem. “There is no scientific support that this

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Board of Health Approves NYC Soda Rule

Consumer group criticizes Mayor Bloomberg’s soda ban as an assault on  New Yorkers’ intelligence. The NYC Board of Health has approved Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s controversial ban on the sale of sugary drinks over 16 ounces in restaurants, coffee houses, fast-food joints, movie theatres, Broadway theaters, workplace cafeterias and most other places selling prepared food. The

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NRA Speaks Out About Beverage Ban In NYC

The National Restaurant Association takes a stance on the proposed large beverage ban in New York City. The National Restaurant Association (NRA) spoke out at a public hearing on the proposed large beverage ban in New York. The NRA told the New York Department of Health that it thinks the proposed ban is a misguided

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New Yorkers Petition Against Proposed Soda Ban

More than 60,000 New York citizens oppose the city’s proposed bans on large soft drinks. New Yorkers have started to petition against Mayor Bloomberg’s proposed “soda ban,” which will create size restrictions on soft drinks, juice drinks, sports drinks, flavored water and teas sold at many retail outlets. The ban would affect delis, restaurants, movie

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NYC Mayor Expects To Restrict Soda Sales

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg proposes to ban the sale of large sugary drinks. New York City residents might be in for a shock if Mayor Michael Bloomberg follows through on his proposed ban of sugary drinks with more than 16-ounces in eateries. The ban will affect restaurants, delis, food trucks, sports stadiums and movie

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