The federal menu-labeling bill may be a done deal, but some multiunit operators are continuing the debate over whether the national guidelines go far enough.Several prominent foodservice operators maintain that limiting the mandate to chains with 20 or more units puts them at a competitive disadvantage.“I don’t have any issue with putting forth nutritional information,” said Roger Berkowitz, president and chief executive of Boston-based Legal Sea Foods. “What I do have an issue with is that ...
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