SACRAMENTO Calif. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has vetoed a bill that would have required some chain restaurants in California to post nutritional information on their menus and menu boards, calling it “impractical” as currently written. But the California Restaurant Association is already warning that a labeling mandate could come back in another form. In rejecting the measure, Schwarzenegger called on restaurants to continue voluntarily making the information available to consumers ...
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