ARLINGTON, Va. — The Food Marketing Institute here said it has filed comments seeking to limit the scope of the Food and Drug Administration's proposed rule for a law regulating nutrition labeling on restaurant menus. The association said one option FDA proposed "took an overly broad interpretation of the language found in the original legislation" by categorizing mainstream supermarkets as being similar to chain restaurants. "Supermarkets that have chain restaurants inside [their] stores ...

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