NEW YORK â€”As chain operators here grapple with the logistics of posting calorie counts of menu items by March 31, they also are confronting an unforeseen complication of the cityâ€™s new lawâ€”how best to disclose that data on lists offering wines, beers and cocktails. The menu-labeling rule, which was adopted in a unanimous vote by the cityâ€™s Board of Health in January, requires all restaurant chains with 15 outlets anywhere to post ...
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