NEW YORK New York City health officials have broadened the scope of their controversial menu-labeling plan to address the limitations that prompted a federal judge in September to block enactment of the initial proposal. The rewritten proposal would require all restaurants operating in New York City that sport the same brand name and menu as at least 14 other units nationwide to post calorie information on menu boards and menus.The rule would affect about 2,400 restaurants, or about ...

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