The National Restaurant Association criticized a decision Wednesday by the New York State Supreme Court upholding a New York City regulation requiring restaurant chains to label menu items containing more than the recommended daily allowance for salt. “Yesterday’s decision was a setback for the men and women that own and operate New York's chain restaurants,” Christin Fernandez, NRA director for media relations and public affairs, wrote in an email. “The ...

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