NEW YORK New York City’s health department said it would start issuing notices of violation as of May 5 to local chain restaurants that fail to follow a new requirement to post calorie counts on their menus or menu boards. However, the department said it would not impose any fines until July 18 to give restaurants time to comply. Any establishment with a violation will receive a followup compliance inspection, health department officials said. The calorie disclosure requirement, ...

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