LOS ANGELES As proposed menu-labeling legislation took a step forward at the state level this week, local lawmakers in Los Angeles and San Mateo counties advanced measures to require chain restaurants to post nutrition information on menus and menu boards. The five-member Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously agreed to draft an ordinance that would require chain restaurants in unincorporated areas within the county to post calorie and other nutrition data.The ...

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