NEW YORK Members of the New York City Council are looking to temper a measure that would force some foodservice operations to post calorie contents on their menus or menu boards as of July 1. The labeling initiative was approved by the city's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene rather than passed by the Council. The Council is expected to consider an alternative proposal from Joel Rivera of the Bronx, a Democrat who chairs the council's Health committee. His measure would let ...
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