It’s getting to the point where you have to wonder why anyone would want to open a chain restaurant in New York City. For years the Big Apple has required any would-be restaurateur to jump through hoop after hoop in order to open a new establishment in this town. But apparently the city’s Board of Health doesn’t think there are enough regulations, and it is adding another layer of red tape—enough to strangle even an otherwise healthy business.The latest hurdle is a menu-labeling rule that ...

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