No more fries or soda at school: 3 new CA food laws starting July 1

by Kelsey

According to The Desert Sun, California will become the first state in the nation to require restaurants to share how many calories are in standard menu items.

This is just one of the three new food laws that will go into effect beginning today, July 1 in the Golden State.

The law also bars schools from offering students foods loaded with artery-clogging trans-fats foods, like fries or baked goods made with oils, margarine, or shortening containing the trans-fats. High schools in California also are not permitted to sell students sodas, per the new law.

We applaud CA’s effort to trim our children’s waistlines and prolong their healthy lives.

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