ARLINGTON, Va. — National Grocers Association and Food Marketing Institute, both based here, have joined several other associations and supply-chain companies in opposing new restrictions on truck drivers set to take effect next year. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issued a new rule last year that reduces the number of hours a truck driver can work in a week, and sets new minimums for truckers’ rest periods. Related story from SN sister publication Fleet ...

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