NEW YORK —A federal judge’s decision striking down a municipal law here that had required hundreds of restaurants to post calorie contents on their menus only intensified foodservice leaders’ strategizing nationwide over ways to block lawmakers’ push for point-of-purchase disclosure of dietary data. In a ruling that temporarily rewarded but ultimately may defeat a New York State Restaurant Association lawsuit challenging the ...
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