It’s got to be a political first. Current San Francisco mayor and 2010 California gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom is making healthy and sustainable food a cornerstone position of his upcoming campaign. And he’s not just talking the talk. He’s walking the walk by using the power of his current office to issue a sweeping directive that places strict controls San Francisco’s food practices. Among other things, restaurants that want to cater or host a government meeting in San Francisco ...

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