SACRAMENTO Calif. In a victory for California’s chain restaurants, proponents of a state menu-labeling bill agreed Friday to narrow the range of outlets that would be covered and to grant those places two means of complying until January 2011. Branches of chains with at least 20 units within the state would have a choice until that date of either posting calorie information on menus and menu boards or offering more detailed nutrition statistics in brochures available on request. ...
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