He's holding "high-level meetings" on "the best way to reach that goal."
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The city says the ruling "does not change the fact that sugary-drink consumption is a key driver of the obesity epidemic."
City lawyers vow they'll fight for the ban in court this June.
Adding a spoonful of sugar, on the other hand, will mess you up.
Sodium content is down across the board in packaged food.
Speaker Quinn, too.
Seems as though the "ban" will be pretty easy to circumvent, so what's the point?
Elsewhere, Michael Bloomberg is hoping to control portion sizes in the New York diet.
He'll join Mayor Bloomberg and others in a new series of ads.
The latest in the world of food stunts.
"Moving stores into the streets is not what the streets were designed for," says our joyless mayor.
Tavern on the Green will temporarily be a snack bar and gift shop.
Plus: ban on beekeeping could go, a Sneaky Chef sues Jerry Seinfeld, and more in our morning news roundup.
John Stossel wonders, is Michael Bloomberg a hypocrite?
Restaurateurs, Bloomie feels your pain!
"You're gonna have to pry this salt out of my cold, dead hand," the noted loudmouth told New York 1.
"Wait a minute, has anyone asked that Momofuku guy to weigh in on this?"
What the "experts" are saying about the Health Department's latest crusade.
They're the first to show that it might make a difference.
Looks like that recent stop into Bill's Bar and Burger worked out for Bloomberg.