NEW YORK â€”Even as the July 1 deadline for adopting New York Cityâ€™s requirement to list calorie counts on menu boards and menus came and went, some of the countryâ€™s largest restaurant chains were not in compliance with the controversial rule. National brands including McDonaldâ€™s, Wendyâ€™s, Burger King, White Castle and Quiznos Sub said they had no immediate plans to list calorie counts on their menus as required by the cityâ€™s Department of Health and Mental ...
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