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SF Healthy Meal Law Takes Effect, McDonald’s Takes Low Road
(Corporate Accountability International,
McDonald's finds a way around San Francisco's 'Happy Meal ban'
A New Take on the Food Stamp Debate
Complaint Filed Against PepsiCo's Frito-Lay For Deceptive Ads Targeting Teens
Consumer Groups File Complaint Against PepsiCo Over Teen Marketing
(The Hill/Healthwatch Blog,
PepsiCo Wants to "Scare The Crap" Out of Your Kids
Consumer Groups Complain to FTC About PepsiCo's Digital Marketing To Kids
USDA Finds Several Bay Area Communities ‘Food Deserts'
(CBS San Francisco,
Neighborhoods Served by Small Grocers Called 'Food Deserts'
Law Professors Debate Food Marketing Guidelines
(The Wall Street Journal,
Does Obama Administration Proposal For Marketing Foods To Kids Violate the First Amendment?
The Food Industry vs. Nutrition Standards: A First Amendment Issue?
US McDonalds Stores Cut Energy Content of Happy Meals
(ABC News Australia,
McDonald's Happy Meals Get Apples, Fewer Fries
McDonald’s Alters Happy Meals, Shrinks Fries
(New York Times,
Soda Makers Escalate Attacks Over Obesity
Privacy Coalition Asks Administration for Teen-Targeted Privacy Protections
(Broadcasting & Cable,
School-Grown Food for Lunch: Against the Law?
Local Laws Fighting Fat Under Siege
(New York Times,
Advocates: Brown's Budget Plan Hampers Healthy Communities
Innovative Physical Activity Joint Use Agreements
(US Department of Health & Human Services, Be Active Your Way Blog,
New Obesity Laws: Taking a Longer View
Viewpoints: Retain Best Tools of Redevelopment Law
A New Lever to Combat Obesity: Government Purchasing Policies
(Reporting on Health,
Creating a Fertile Bed for Urban Agriculture