BALTIMORE -- For some deli and bakery executives, the new federally mandated nutrition labels are causing indigestion. That is because there is still considerable confusion about what products, exactly, must be labeled in the deli and bakery under the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act, and by what date. While many products in the departments are exempt from the law, especially those produced at store level and those portioned out to a customer's specifications, others decidedly are not. ...

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