Worried that compliance with federal menu-labeling regulations will create problems for the nation’s chain pizza operators, members of a newly formed coalition of pizza companies representing 20,000 locations are traveling to Washington, D.C., to present their concerns directly to legislators.
 Gathered under the banner of The American Pizza Community, or TAPC, executives from such usually competitive brands as Domino’s Pizza, Papa John’s Pizza, Little Caesar ...

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