NEW YORK â€”As this cityâ€™s long-contested regulation took effect May 5 requiring the on-menu posting of calorie counts for every food and drink item at local branches of chains with 15 or more units, many operators still were grappling with how best to present the information, including for all alcoholic beverages. A three-judge federal appellate panel on April 29 denied the New York State Restaurant Associationâ€™s request for an extended stay pending its appeal ...
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