OLYMPIA Wash. With a menu-labeling mandate scheduled to go into effect in Seattle’s King County in January, the Washington Restaurant Association is testing a program that aims to help restaurants offer more healthful options on menus statewide. As part of the pilot program, 12 restaurants will be selected to partner with a health-services firm. Officials from Stayhealthy Inc. will train kitchen staff members to meet certain standards for health based on a low-glycemic nutrition plan. ...

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