ALBANY N.Y. Albany County in New York has joined the growing list of jurisdictions requiring chain restaurants to post calorie content for all menu items.County executive Michael G. Breslin signed Wednesday a law requiring that restaurant operators with 15 or more locations nationwide disclose calorie counts on menus, menu boards and at drive-thrus.The County Health Department will be responsible for enforcing the law, which will go into effect in six months.The law, known as Local Law B, ...
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