NEW YORK Nearly nine out of 10 New Yorkers favor their city’s menu-labeling mandate because they believe it helps them make better choices when dining out, according to a survey conducted last week by Technomic Inc. The Chicago-based foodservice research firm said the results suggested that more areas are likely to adopt similar regulations. The survey also indicated that a number of New Yorkers are changing their orders because of the nutrition information that is provided, ...
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