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Berkeley bans unhealthy snacks from grocery store checkout lines
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28 September 2020
On 28 September 2020 The Optimist Daily reported:
Those tempting candy bars and chip bags flanking the grocery store checkout line aren't placed there by accident, but these impulse buy items will soon be a thing of the past in Berkeley, California after the city became the first to ban 'junk food' displays in checkout lines. Residents largely approve of the new ban with 95 percent of respondents stating their approval of the measure in a recent poll.
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