SEATTLE King County chain operators will have more flexibility and time to post nutrition data in their restaurants under a deal forged between the county Board of Health and the Washington Restaurant Association. The rules, adopted by the board on Wednesday, soften menu-labeling requirements passed last year that would have taken effect this August. Operators now have until Jan. 1, 2009, to comply.The earlier rules required chain restaurants to post nutrition information on ...
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