INDIANAPOLIS A bill that would require chain restaurants in Indiana to provide a wide array of nutritional information to customers at the point of purchase came closer to becoming law on Monday. Indiana House Bill 1207 passed out of committee and could be introduced to the main floor of the state House of Representatives as early as this Thursday.If passed, the law would require restaurants with 10 or more units in the state to list not only each menu item’s total calories, but also ...
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