Food retailers face several issues related to product labeling in 2012, including an effort to force retailers to adopt restaurant-style menu-labeling requirements listing calorie counts for their prepared-food items. “That has been both a legislative and a regulatory issue, and we continue to work hard on that,” Hatcher said. Both FMI and NGA filed comments with the Food and Drug Administration relating to the menu-labeling proposals that were issued as part of the health ...

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