SEATTLE Wash. Chain restaurants in Seattle and other parts of Washingtonâ€™s King County would be required to post nutrition information on menus and menu boards as of Aug. 1, 2008 under a law approved Thursday by the county Board of Health. The nationâ€™s second menu-labeling requirement goes further than New York Cityâ€™s mandate by requiring the disclosure of more information, without an exemption for places that have yet to conduct a nutrition analysis of their offerings.The King ...
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