NEW YORK Three months after New York City chain restaurants were forced to comply with the city’s menu-labeling mandate, health department officials said they have issued 682 citations, with McDonald’s receiving the most, and have fined individual restaurants between $200 and $2,000 each. The rule — the first of its kind in the United States — requires the on-menu posting of calorie counts for every standard food and drink item at local branches of chains with 15 or more units ...
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