Legal challenges were expected to delay the March 31 implementation of New York City’s landmark menu-labeling mandate, but similar legislation gained ground nationwide and in Congress this month as operators decried the snowballing of efforts to force on-menu disclosure of dietary data.In one such action, lawmakers in San Francisco gave unanimous approval to a menu-labeling requirement that would take effect July 1 at local branches of chain restaurants with at least 20 units in California. ...
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