With just weeks until the federal government's new labeling law goes into effect, supermarket bakery and deli executives across the country are pushing to be in compliance by the May 8 deadline. Some are still deciphering the rules to figure out which of the products they carry will have to bear nutrition labels and what health claims they can make. Unlike packaged goods in the grocery aisles, essentially all of which must have the new labels, some items in the bakery and deli do not have ...

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