NEW YORK A federal appeals court has denied the restaurant industry’s request to block New York City officials from fining restaurants as of July 19 for failing to comply with the city’s calorie-disclosure requirement. The New York State Restaurant Association had asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit here to extend the “no-fine” period because its appeal of the disclosure mandate is still pending. The law, which requires local units of chains with at least 15 ...
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