NEW YORK Looking to benchmark New Yorkers' dining habits prior to the enactment of a law intended to alter the pattern, the city's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is offering customers of some chain restaurants here $2 MetroCards, which buys a one-way ride on the city's subway or bus system, if they turn over their meal receipts. The health department said it is attempting to assess the dining habits of city residents before and after a controversial menu-labeling regulation takes ...
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