SAN FRANCISCO A member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Monday introduced an ordinance that would require chain restaurants with 14 or more outlets in California to post nutrition information on menus and menu boards. Similar to statewide legislation that was vetoed by the Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger last year, the proposed city ordinance follows a move earlier this year by the board of supervisors to institute a voluntary program to encourage restaurants to stop cooking ...
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