A court gave the go-ahead while the legal battle rages on.
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It applies to dishes with at least 2,300 milligrams of sodium.
A group of influential researchers argues it's unclear if eating less salt is healthier.
It's arguing the Board of Health overstepped, just like it did with the soda ban.
The group says the new rule goes too far beyond traditional government oversight.
That's the whole point.
Tax credits for health insurance give restaurateurs the ability to assemble healthy and loyal employees poised to help grow the business.
Chicagoist visits candy show.
Plus: Culinary school still costs a lot, and take a look inside the Wienermobile.
A whole crew of celebrity chefs were in Chicago over the weekend for the conference.
The hungry have plenty of options this weekend.
The National Restaurant Association will be coming back to Chicago for at least five more years.
The conference has been one of Chicago's longest running conferences.
Just how much will the restaurant industry rake in this year?
The restaurateur advocacy group is happy with the part-time employee exemption in the Senate bill.
The industry has become less staunchly Republican when lobbying.
Restaurateurs are about to get thwacked on the federal and local levels.
The Counter's Utah store is closing after just a year, and worldwide hunger has grown.
French-Japanese fusion on the way to Charlton Street, kosher workers need protection, and more, in our daily news roundup.