Uproar over ObamaCare’s Menu Rules

Controversies about the Affordable Healthcare Act (better known as Obamacare) now include food. Some bipartisan lawmakers are asking the Obama administration to back off on draft regulations forcing restaurants to feature nutritional details on menus. It seems the FDA is putting finishing touches on a rule mandating calorie labels on vending machines, as well as at restaurants and “similar retail food establishments.” While the goal may be more consumer choice, pizza parlors and grocery stores complain the regulations are difficult to uphold. The FDA has withdrawn from dialog with the affected food industries.

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