WASHINGTON — After a bill was reintroduced last week that would exempt grocery stores and convenience stores from labeling prepared foods with nutrition information, the National Restaurant Association announced the group opposes the new legislation. Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, chain restaurants with more than 20 locations are required to share nutrition information on menu boards. The NRA argues that because supermarkets sell restaurant-type food, ...

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