Wendy's, an American fast food chain, doesn't want to list nutritional information on its menus in New York, in compliance with a new law. So, because the law says that only chains which already provide nutritional information through other means have to comply, Wendy's has put a warning on their site saying that the nutritional information isn't for New York customers.
Are there no depths to which those companies dependent on ignorant fat people will not stoop?
They're also making legal threats at the Center for Science in the Public Interest, presumably just on general principles. (Actually, said group had the cheek to demonstrate that it was possible to incorporate the requisite information into their menus.)