PHOENIX Arizona's Department of Health Services this week launched a voluntary menu-labeling program. The Arizona Smart Choice program allows participating restaurants to label some of their individual items and combinations as "healthy.'' Four chains already have enrolled: Macayo’s Mexican Kitchen, McDonald’s, Outback Steakhouse and Subway.This voluntary program was developed after a state lawmaker last year proposed mandatory menu labeling. The ADHS said obesity in Arizona has more ...

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