Nanny State

Brickbat: And No Pineapple

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Pizza
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The British government is set to impose limits on calories in ready-to-eat meals and sandwiches sold in restaurants and supermarkets. And the limits will be well below the number of calories typically in those foods now. A small pizza, for instance, could have no more than 928 calories, which would force makers to either cut the size of the pizza or reduce the amount of toppings.