It's the third delay to the deadline since 2015.
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The new rules apply to supermarkets, coffee shops, and movie theaters, too
"People don't really understand what it means to say a typical soda has 250 calories," says a researcher who thinks the number-board system of listing calorie counts is not effective.
There are 2,900 calories in the French Toast Napoleon.
Meanwhile, it's gut-busts ahoy on the home front.
The city is confiscating cupcake trucks; are the disobedient cupcake entrepreneurs to blame?
The latest in food-finding and calorie-counting technology.
A British binge-drinking widget may just be the funnest and most horrifying toy we've played with in a while.
Plus: a culinary student on ‘Top Chef,’ and calorie posting moves north, all in our morning news roundup.
A bouncer-led beatdown at Dorrian's Red Hand, and Williamsburgers who don't like the Kellogg's Diner 2.0, from our glance at the morning headlines.
Studies show that calorie-counters are engaging in ‘positive eating.’ Wait, positive eating?