PHILADELPHIA A city councilwoman reportedly introduced a bill yesterday that would require local units of restaurant chains with more than 10 outlets to post detailed nutritional information on their menus or menu boards. The required information would include fat, carbohydrate, sodium and calorie content for each item offered for a time-span at least 30 days. Choices showcase for a shorter period would be regarded as "specials" and would not be covered by the requirement.The mandate ...
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