California mulls vending machine restrictions

05/8/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Lawmakers in California have introduced a bill that would set nutrition standards for food and drinks sold in vending machines on state property. "Everyone remains free to purchase off-site and bring on-site whatever they want to consume, but the state will stop providing profiteers venues to sell unhealthy items to its workforce," said the bill's author, Holly Mitchell (D-Los Angeles).

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