NEW YORK Chain restaurants here won a two-week reprieve from complying with the city’s pending menu-labeling law when a federal judge ordered that the disclosure requirement not be put into effect until April 14. The order signed by the judge also barred the city from levying fines for violations of the law until May 27.The measure requires local branches of chains with at least 15 locations nationwide to post calorie counts on their menus and menu boards. It was originally ...

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