You could argue with U.S. District Judge Richard Holwell's decision to uphold New York City's mandate that chain restaurants must display nutritional information on their menus. “It seems reasonable to expect that some consumers will use the information disclosed…to select lower calorie meals…and these choices will led to a lower incidence of obesity,” he opined last month. Or you could poke holes in the New York City Board of Health's projection that posting calorie counts on the menus of ...
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