TAIWAN: Taiwan fights fastfood fat with facts
Fastfood outlets in Taipei have started providing information about the nutritional value of the food they serve, as part of the Taiwan capital city's drive to slim down and get healthy. McDonald's, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Japan's Mos Burger, and Yoshinoya, which serves up Japanese and Taiwanese fastfood, started providing details of the calories, protein, fat and sugar contained in their food as a result of rules introduced by Taipei city health director Chiu Shu-ti.
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