ARLINGTON, Va. — The Food Marketing Institute said that a recent study on calorie labeling, which called the practice “feasible” for supermarkets, fails to acknowledge the regulatory burden or the cost to the industry. “There’s no mention of the regulatory requirements in this study that [the Center for Science in the Public Interest] put together,” Erik Lieberman, FMI’s regulatory counsel, told SN. “It’s not as simple as ...

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