Menu labeling survives Supreme Court decision on health care reform
Thursday June 28 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision this morning that preserves the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act doesn't just have significant meaning for the health care industry. It also has ramifications for food retailers nationwide.
By allowing the health care law to go forward, the high court also maintained the delicately brokered compromise, between the restaurant industry and a consumer advocacy group, for nutrition disclosure that requires chains with 20 or more locations operating under the same brand to provide detailed nutrition information to consumers, and display calories on the menu, menu board, or drive-thru.
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