ALBANY N.Y. Gov. David Paterson proposed Monday a statewide menu-labeling bill, making good on intentions he had voiced earlier this year. The mandate, which Paterson had called for during his State of the State address in January, would require chain restaurants, supermarkets, convenience stores and mobile vendor operations with 15 or more units nationwide to post calories on menus and menu boards at the point of purchase. Restaurants would also be required to post calories on ...
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