Senate bill would revise menu labeling for supermarkets

Senate bill would revise menu labeling for supermarkets

A bill introduced in the Senate Thursday calls for changes to menu labeling rules to give supermarkets more flexibility.

According to FMI, the Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act, introduced by Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., and Angus King, I-Maine, would:

  • Define “standard menu items” that require labeling as those prepared routinely at 20 or more locations.
  • Allow retailers to use menu boards instead of individually labeling each item.
  • Allow a sto

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