Aweek before New York City Councilman Joel Rivera introduced his bill to provide the city’s restaurateurs with some workable alternatives to the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s recent ordinance mandating menu labeling, Tom Foulkes was in town to discuss the issue with him. Foulkes, the National Restaurant Association’s vice president of state relations and grassroots, was there to voice support for Rivera’s initiative, which seeks to mitigate the health department’s rules. The ...
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