WASHINGTON —While restaurant operators and association officials agree that the industry needs a uniform national nutrition-labeling standard to avoid a complex patchwork of state and local regulations, some chain executives are claiming that pending legislation does not go far enough to level the playing field. A group of 21 foodservice chains sent a letter to members of Congress urging the policymakers to broaden the scope of proposed ...

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