Ads on NYC subways warn people about super-sized portions

01/10/2012 | Crain's New York Business

The New York City Health Department has launched a subway-advertising campaign to warn people about the health risks of eating super-sized food portions. The restaurant industry says it is being unfairly attacked, but the health department's Gretchen Van Wye says at-home portion sizes and even plates are larger than they were in decades past.

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