Food retailers testify on behalf of 'common sense' menu labeling
from Progressive Grocer
If the Food and Drug Administration's new rules regulating menu boards are allowed to take effect, many supermarkets' nutrition initiatives could be voided. That's according to at least one grocery retailer who testified recently on behalf of the Food Marketing Institute and National Grocers Association to express the supermarket industry's support for the Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act of 2015, legislation addressing fundamental compliance challenges with the FDA's final rule that includes grocery stores in a regulation developed for chain restaurants.
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