This law requires restaurants that sell children's meals that include a beverages to make the default beverage offered with such meals either water with no added sweeteners, milk (or a non-dairy alternative), or 100% juice with no added sweeteners in a serving size of no more than eight ounces.
See references to "children's health," and "children's meal." §§ 7.46.010, 7.46.030.
See references to "children's health "and "healthy beverages." §7.46.010.
"The purpose of this chapter is to support children's health by requiring healthy beverages to be offered as the default beverage included with restaurant children's meals." § 7.46.010.
Enforcement provisions are not specified within chapter 7.46 or title 7. However, the language of the law specifies that "this chapter shall be enforceable through the use of the administrative citation procedures set forth in Perris Municipal Code chapter 1.18, section 1.18.010." (§ 7.46.040). That section provides for "administrative citations," which according to chapter 1.18 shall not exceed $ 100.00 for a first violation, $200.00 for a second violation of the same municipal ordinance violation within one year, and $500.00 for each additional violation of the same municipal ordinance violation within one year. §§ 1.18.010; 1.18.040.
This chapter is located in Title 7 Health and Wellness. History: Ord. No. 1340, § 2, 3-14-2017.
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