SAN FRANCISCO As expected, the cityâ€™s Board of Supervisors gave its final approval Tuesday to a requirement that some chain restaurants post nutritional information on their menus and menu boards. The measure now moves to the desk of Mayor Gavin Newsom, who is expected to sign it into law. The law would go into effect on July 1. The measure will require local units of chains with at least 20 units in California to display the calorie, fat, carbohydrate and sodium content of every ...
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