SAN FRANCISCO The Board of Supervisors here unanimously gave initial approval on Tuesday to require some chain restaurants within the city to post nutrition information on their menu boards and menus. Local media reports said the requirement, if passed, should go into effect in about six months. The law will obligate local units of chains with at least 20 units in California to display the calorie, fat, carbohydrate and sodium content of every item on their permanent menus. Places ...
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