ROCKVILLE Md. The Montgomery County council has introduced a bill that would require chain restaurants to post nutritional information on menus and menu boards. The measure, which was sponsored by council member George Leventhal, D-At Large, would require foodservice operations with at least 10 locations to post the number of calories, grams of fat and grams of sodium on menus for any standardized menu item. The introduction of the menu-labeling proposal in Montgomery County comes ...
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