The Cleveland Clinic will stop the on-premise sale of beverages and food that have added sugar or sugar variants whose names end in -ose by August 9, reports the Cleveland Plain Dealer. The hospital complex had already been removing sugar-sweetened foods and beverages from its facilities since 2007, and today almost three-quarters of the items available in Clinic vending machines and retail cafes have to added sugar, including branded operators like Au Bon Pain and Starbucks. The policy ...

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