When Michael Bloomberg was sworn in as New York City mayor in 2002, no one could have known the extent to which he would try to legislate and regulate the city’s health. As he closes out his third and final term in office, it’s all anyone in the food industry can talk about. “New Yorkers are smart enough to decide for themselves what to eat and drink,” said Eliot Hoff, a spokesman for New Yorkers for Beverage Choices, an opposition group that has been fighting ...

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