NEW YORK City health officials have agreed to postpone enforcement of the menu-labeling mandate slated to go into effect here July 1 because of a legal challenge filed Friday by the New York State Restaurant Association. The estimated 2,000 restaurants affected by the labeling requirement would in effect have a reprieve until Oct. 1. The NYSRA filed the lawsuit against the city's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to block enactment of the labeling rule, which would ...
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