WASHINGTON — In comments filed this week regarding the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's draft menu-labeling regulations, the National Restaurant Association has argued that the FDA should employ a broader definition of "similar retail food establishments" and "restaurant-like" operations and treat all of these businesses the same under the planned law. The law will require all restaurant chains with at least 20 locations to provide detailed nutrition information to customers and post ...

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