CHICAGO The American Medical Association recommended Wednesday that chain restaurants post nutritional information on their menu boards. The AMA said the nutritional information on menus should be easy to understand and include the amount of calories, fat, saturated fat and sodium that each menu item contains.“By calling on fast food and chain restaurants to provide information on the nutritional quality of food products and menu offerings and encouraging healthier food choices, we ...

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