INDIANAPOLIS Indiana's House of Representative on Wednesday passed a bill that would require local branches of chain restaurants to provide a wide array of nutritional information to customers at the point of purchase. The proposed law would require restaurants with 20 or more units in the state to list not only each menu item’s calories, but also the fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, fiber, sugar and protein. The calorie and carbohydrate information ...
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