As members of the restaurant industry eagerly await federal menu-labeling guidelines, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said the complexity of the issue is delaying the promulgation of the regulations. The agency was scheduled to issue its proposed restaurant menu-labeling rules yesterday but missed its deadline. Sources say they expect the rules to be published imminently. In a statement, the agency said: "FDA has been working carefully to implement this new law and has received a ...

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