NEW YORK —Even as the July 1 deadline for adopting New York City’s requirement to list calorie counts on menu boards and menus came and went, some of the country’s largest restaurant chains were not in compliance with the controversial rule. National brands including McDonald’s, Wendy’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 city’s Department of Health and Mental ...

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