Seattle City Council may limit junk food in vending machines

02/14/2013 | Seattle Times, The

The Seattle City Council is considering legislation to require half of the food in vending machines in city buildings to be healthy. City Council member Richard Conlin said the proposal is all about employee wellness and giving workers a choice, but critics said a similar plan implemented in Seattle schools simply sent students off-campus to buy the snacks they preferred.

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