WASHINGTON (FNS) -- With a full plate of regulatory measures under consideration at the executive and legislative levels this year, retailers and wholesalers are concerned about how the industry would handle new compliance challenges. In many cases, the costs of additional regulations would be burdensome to many corporate bottom lines, industry executives and association representatives complain. Despite some recent signs of an uptick in the economy, many operators are still hit hard by the ...

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