While many in the foodservice community have long supported the implementation of federal menu-labeling standards, the proposed regulations issued earlier this month by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration already are drawing criticism from industry members.
 Some observers characterize the 183-page document as being overly complex and detailed, ignoring the diversity of the foodservice industry, and not creating a level playing field, among other things. 
 “It’s very ...

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