Here’s one unintended consequence of the two-years-and-counting time delay between the start of the federal rulemaking process for new menu labeling requirements and its eventual conclusion. Researchers have had time to study the rule’s primary mandate—calorie counts on menus—and have determined there’s a more effective way to convey this important nutritional information. Restaurant operators aren’t the only ones wondering when menu labeling is going ...
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