Restaurants skip required nutrition info; officials choose not to care (Los Angeles Times) Is California’s menu labeling law still in effect if it’s not being enforced? State health officials say they’re waiting for the federal rules. Meanwhile, some chains say they don’t have to comply. The result: Consumers are back in the dark about calorie counts on restaurant menus. —Lisa Jennings Bitter winter limits the offerings of spring (The New York ...

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