New York City plans to enact a ban on sugar-sweetened beverages in containers larger than 16 ounces. Yet, this is not the first ban on products affecting retailers. Each pin on the map below describes recent bans enacted or proposed pertaining to plastic bags, bottled water, BPA-coated receipts, salt limits, BPA in baby bottles, plastic foam containers, foie gras, energy drinks and sugar-sweetened beverages. Read the related story: Mini Soda Cans CSD Segment Grows Click each of the ...
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