If you think mandatory menu labeling and its attendant costs were a big hassle, wait until you get a load of California Senate bill 747. Known as the Public Health Epidemic Protection Act of 2013, it would require the state’s restaurants to conduct a “risk assessment” on all foods they serve—estimated cost, $50,000 per assessment—and provide a “mitigation plan” for the public health epidemics such as obesity or heart disease thought to result from ...
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