NEW YORK New York City officials said the recent attempt by Wendy’s International to dodge the menu-labeling requirement that takes effect here this summer is not going to work. But the outcome but a similar try by the White Castle chain is apparently still in question. The two quick-service burger chains had yanked in-store caloric profiles of their food from units in the five boroughs last week in hopes of escaping a requirement to post the information on their menu boards by July ...

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