Restaurants adjust to sugar regulations
NEW YORK CITY -- The fallout from New York City's sugar ban is now picking up steam.
Dunkin Donuts says it will no longer be able to put sugar into a cup of coffee that is over 16 ounces. Instead you will have to do it yourself.
McDonald's also says it will tell customers to add their own sugar in coffee over 16 ounces.
The city says it will not enforce violations for three months as restaurants adjust.