Gallery: San Francisco Bans Happy Meals!

 

San Francisco is known as the evergreen city with their composting, their hordes of EV charging stations and now word on the street is that the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has voted to ban toy giveaways in meals that don’t rate as nutritious — bye bye happy meals, hello healthier kids! What’s better is the board passed the ban in an 8-3 vote which means that even if Mayor Gavin Newsom would like to veto it, he can’t.

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  1. clarketom November 6, 2010 at 12:39 pm

    SF is filled with self-righteous morons who believe they’re smarter than everyone else and clearly so is the Inhabitat writer and editor. A Happy Meal can be ordered with a burger, apple juice/low fat milk and apple slices and has been available for years. 440 calories, 9 grams of fat, 18.5% calories from fat. That’s a healthy meal. Why no picture of that meal? And why picture a large burger that’s not available in any Happy Meal? Because the words journalistic integrity mean nothing anymore? What’s next SF? Ban Chucky Cheese, the Circus/Fairs, Birthday Parties?

    Morgan Spurlock is a jackass as well. He chose to eat 5000 calories a day completely ignoring McDonald’s healthy choices like salads and grilled chicken. I can walk through any supermarket anywhere and find You people and every other liberal rag praise this idiot instead of pointing out the obvious. People are supposed to be free to make their own choices, and peoples choices are what makes them fat, not McDonald’s.

  2. Darlene_Littlejohn November 5, 2010 at 3:13 am

    Unreal – California, why do you keep electing people like this?

  3. Christianace November 3, 2010 at 8:35 pm

    SF you finally pushed me off the edge.. I can no longer find a reason I shouldnt live there.

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