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'Food Police'
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Read it here first: We've been covering the campaign against Happy Meal-type toys for children at fast food restaurants (see an item here from May and another here from July).

Now USA Today weighs in with a report: "A serious move is afoot to force fast-food giants to make kids meals more nutritionally viable if they want to sell them with kid-luring toys. In San Francisco, newly proposed legislation would ban toys from most kids meals sold at McDonald's, Burger King and other chains unless the meals meet more stringent calorie and sodium limits. The legislation also would require fruit or veggies in each meal."

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Coke for Breakfast
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Don't tell Mayor Bloomberg, but USA Today is reporting:

Three chains — Steak 'n Shake and some Taco Bell and Sonic locations — are promoting soft drinks on morning menus....In the 12 months through April, morning soft drink servings at big burger chains rose 3% vs. a 3% drop the year before, reports researcher NPD Group/CREST....Steak 'n Shake is offering a free breakfast taco with the $1.79 purchase of a 28-ounce Coca-Cola 6 a.m. to 11 a.m., through July 11. A Facebook coupon is required....Taco Bells in Southern California and Fresno are testing MTN Dew A.M. — an orange juice and Mountain Dew mix served until 11 a.m. It's "in response to consumer demand," says spokesman Rob Poetsch. Mountain Dew maker Pepsi had no comment.

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Coke for Breakfast
futureofcapitalism.com

Don't tell Mayor Bloomberg, but USA Today is reporting:

Three chains — Steak 'n Shake and some Taco Bell and Sonic locations — are promoting soft drinks on morning menus....In the 12 months through April, morning soft drink servings at big burger chains rose 3% vs. a 3% drop the year before, reports researcher NPD Group/CREST....Steak 'n Shake is offering a free breakfast taco with the $1.79 purchase of a 28-ounce Coca-Cola 6 a.m. to 11 a.m., through July 11. A Facebook coupon is required....Taco Bells in Southern California and Fresno are testing MTN Dew A.M. — an orange juice and Mountain Dew mix served until 11 a.m. It's "in response to consumer demand," says spokesman Rob Poetsch. Mountain Dew maker Pepsi had no comment.

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'Food Police'
futureofcapitalism.com

Read it here first: We've been covering the campaign against Happy Meal-type toys for children at fast food restaurants (see an item here from May and another here from July).

Now USA Today weighs in with a report: "A serious move is afoot to force fast-food giants to make kids meals more nutritionally viable if they want to sell them with kid-luring toys. In San Francisco, newly proposed legislation would ban toys from most kids meals sold at McDonald's, Burger King and other chains unless the meals meet more stringent calorie and sodium limits. The legislation also would require fruit or veggies in each meal."

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