France bans eateries from offering unlimited refills of sugared drinks


Restaurants and other caterers will no longer be able to offer unlimited refills of soft drinks in France, where sugared beverages are already the subject of a special tax and are barred from schools, in an effort to reduce obesity. 

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Restaurants and other spaces catering to the public in France have been banned from offering unlimited sugary drinks in an effort to reduce obesity, reports BBC News.