First New York City banned trans-fat and giant sodas. Now Los Angeles is encouraging "Meatless Mondays." The Los Angeles City Council has adopted a resolution encouraging its residents to go vegetarian on Mondays. This is not a law; it's all on a voluntary basis. Council members say the plan is to help reduce intake of saturated fats.
In a statement, the American Meat Institute responds with "if the sponsors of the Meatless Monday's campaign were truly concerned about nutrition, they'd host 'more veggie Monday'. Instead, they target for reduction a food that is already consumed in the proper amount, and that is simply irresponsible."
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