This law sets nutritional standards for children's restaurant meals sold in combination with free toys or other incentive items.
The stated purpose of this law is to improve the health of children and adolescents. § 471.2.
See references to obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. § 471.1.4.
Findings summarize impacts on child and adolescent health of eating out, particularly the restaurant sales practice of using toys or other incentives packaged with unhealthy foods. § 471.1.
The intent of this Ordinance is to improve the health of children and adolescents in San Francisco by setting healthy nutritional standards for children's meals sold at restaurants in combination with free toys or other incentive items. § 471.2.
The Department of Public Health shall inspect restaurants for compliance with this ordinance; the Public Health Department Director has the authority to adopt rules and regulations to implement and enforce the ordinance. § 471.5(b).
Refers to Admin. Code ch. 100 for the imposition of administrative fines. § 471.5(a).
This policy is located in San Francisco, California Health Code, Article 8 - Food and Food Products. History: Added by Ord. 290-10, File No. 101096; Eff. 12/1/2011.