SACRAMENTO Calif. Chain restaurant operators throughout California said they are prepared to comply this week with the first phase of a state menu-labeling mandate, but many noted that preparation did not immediately include posting calories on menus and menu boards.Beginning Wednesday, July 1, chains with 20 units or more in California must either offer a brochure at point of sale detailing nutrition data on all standard menu items, or they must post calorie counts for those items on menus ...

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