NEW YORK —Though nearly 700 citations have been issued to chain restaurants here for alleged violations of the city’s new calorie-posting regulation, health department officials say they are largely pleased with the industry’s initial attempts to comply. Since enforcement of the menu-labeling law began July 18, after a three-month grace period, 682 citations have been written, with McDonald’s and Dunkin’ Donuts garnering the ...
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