INDIANAPOLIS Indiana lawmakers are scheduled to review a bill next week that would require chain restaurants to provide a wide range of nutritional information to customers. Although several local governments and one state — California — have enacted laws requiring chains to post calorie information, Indiana House Bill 1207 would mandate that restaurants with 10 or more units in the state list not only each menu item’s total calories, but also total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, ...
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