LAS VEGAS — Nutritional labeling is best left in the hands of the food industry itself, according to a retailer panel at last week's annual National Grocers Association Convention here. “This new round of nutritional labeling is only in its infancy,” Peter Larkin, NGA president and chief executive officer, said, “and it would be far better if the marketplace itself provides the information in the way consumers want it than for the federal government to do it.” His comment was greeted with ...
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