SAN JOSE Calif. A Santa Clara County supervisor said she would ask the county health department to draft a rule requiring local branches of quick-service chains to post calorie information on their menu boards. Details of the proposal have not yet been worked out, but county supervisor Liz Kniss initially wanted to pattern the rule after the menu-labeling proposal recently vetoed in California. That measure would mandate the inclusion of calorie information on the menus or menu boards ...
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