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Restaurant Nutritional Labeling To Arrive In May 2018

November 8, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
After numerous delays over eight years, the USDA has issued guidance on the implementation of the Obama-era law – part of the Affordable Care Act – requiring nutritional menu labeling. The guidance is intended to provide more flexibility to restaurants, convenience retailers, and pizza chains by offering more options for labeling calories on their menus. Restaurants could place a single placard a buffet bar, for example, instead of labeling each item individually. The controversial requirement, set to take effect in May of this year, was delayed again by the Trump administration. The new implementation date is May 2018. [Image Credit: © restaurant.org ]
"FDA Is Moving Forward With Menu-Labeling", NACS, November 08, 2017, © NACS
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