A coalition of pizza chain operators has voiced support for bipartisan legislation that would amend existing federal menu labeling regulations in the Affordable Care Act to allow for more flexibility in how calorie counts must be disclosed. The American Pizza Community, which was formed last year and represents about 20,000 pizza locations around the country, endorsed the “Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act of 2013,” or. H.R. 1249, which was introduced Thursday by Reps. ...

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