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Restaurant Chains Must Now Post Calorie Counts on Menus
The FDA’s long-awaited rule rolls out nationwide today.
Trump Administration Urges Judge to Disregard NYC’s Calorie-Count Law
The FDA sided with the grocery industry’s lawsuit seeking to block enforcement.
FDA Now Says Calorie-Labeling Rule Won’t Go Into Effect Until 2017
It’s the third delay to the deadline since 2015.
SEPTA Spokeswoman Says ‘This Isn’t Meals on Wheels’;
Plus: Hotel chains make it easier to eat healthy; and some guy made it rain at Starbucks, all in our morning news roundup.
Roney’s Restaurant Ends Its 80-Year Run; Proposed Shark Fin Ban Upsets
Plus: Skippy recalls reduced fat peanut butter over salmonella scare; and when used on food labels, the word ‘natural’ really doesn’t mean anything, all in our morning news roundup.
More Menu Labeling
The second phase of Philly’s tough menu labeling laws is now in effect
Soda Tax, Menu Labels and Market Financing: Is Philly at the Frontier of
The taxman cometh for your Coke
Legally Mandated Menu Labeling Starts Today
Chain restaurant diners will be confronted by their caloric intake
Chains Find the Upside of Menu Labeling
At Le Pain Quotidien, the biggest seller is no longer the 690-calorie grilled-chicken tartine. So what is?