NEW YORK A panel of judges heard arguments today in the New York State Restaurant Association’s legal challenge of New York City’s calorie-disclosure law, which will be enforced with fines starting in mid-July. The restaurant association has brought an appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals in an effort to overturn the law, which requires local branches of chains with at least 14 more units nationwide to disclose calorie counts on menu boards, menus and signage for every item. The NYSRA ...
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