Restaurant-calorie-count law held up by grocery store issues

Some restaurants have not started posting calorie counts three years after the law was passed because the FDA is still considering industry comments and has yet to write regulations to implement the law. One big issue is whether foods made by grocery stores, such as sandwiches or rotisserie chicken, will be subject to the requirements.

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