For the past year and a half, New York City has been at the center of the menu-labeling controversy, having enacted the first legislation requiring chain restaurant operators to post caloric content on menus and menu boards. For the most part, and despite some initial reservations, operators have complied with the law. But now, months after the shock and dismay have settled into acceptance, one restaurant chain—Houston’s—is refusing to post the same information all other chains ...
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