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Policy Summary

Requires county-owned/operated public food establishments to provide alternatives to sugar by providing artificially-sweetened soft drink beverages or fruit juices. This requirement also must be extended to businesses that operate public food establishments on facilities leased from the country, through the contract, lease, or agreement.

Background Information

State Florida
Jurisdiction Name Broward County
Jurisdiction Type County,
Population Size 800,000+
Legal Strategies
  • Requires something, sets standards
Reach Limited scope
Only applies to public food establishments owned or operated by, or which are on facilities leased from, Broward County.
Food System Category Get;

Policy Details

Refers to priority populations?
No

Health-related goal?
No

Environmental goal?
No

Economic goal?
No

Includes findings?
No

Has a stated intent or purpose?
No

Includes definitions?
Yes

Sec. 25.38(a) (defining "public food establishments").

Addresses implementation?
No

Enforcement provisions?
No

Evaluation component?
No

Requires extra investment?
No

Code context and ordinance history

"Part of Chapter 25, Operational Policy, Public Works; Part VII, Soft Drinks Artificially Sugared. History: AdmCd Oct87. "