Requires commercial and noncommercial food sellers to provide some type of sugar-free soft drinks or pops, or water, for diabetic customers.
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Diabetics, sec. 6:56.
Diabetes, sec. 6:56.
Includes this language: "in order to provide those persons with diabetes access to sugar-free substitutes in commercial and noncommercial establishments [primarily engaged in the selling of food and drink."
Part of Title 6, Public Health; Chapter 1, General; Part II, Miscellaneous Regulations; Section 6.56, Soft drinks. History: City Code 1951, Title 6, § 58.
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