NASHVILLE Tenn. Nashville’s Metropolitan Board of Health has recommended that local units of restaurant chains with at least 10 outlets nationwide be required to post calorie counts on menus and menu boards starting Jan. 31, according to local press reports. The measure would apply to restaurants throughout Davidson County, which encompasses the city and shares its public health resources. About 500 restaurants would be affected, officials were quoted as saying. They also indicated ...
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